There is a corporate raider
who also observes the firm cash flows and decides whether to take over the firm at the end of each period.
New regulations requiring the disclosure of senior management pay, along with the rise of the corporate raider
, spurred a growing number of contested elections for boards, known as proxy contests.
Graham intimate Warren Buffett -- a major stockholder and board member of the Washington Post Company -- comes across as blend of Mister Greenjeans and Albert Einstein, only with an impish zest for acquiring billions: "What he loves is business -- thinking and reading and talking about business." The Post's coverage of Buffett, a corporate raider
now ranked as the country's second-richest man, has been effusive.
Under the facts of the TAM, amounts paid by a target to repurchase its stock from a corporate raider
had to be capitalized.(48) Amounts paid to reimburse the raider for expenses incurred in connection with a failed takeover attempt also had to be capitalized .(49)
This prohibition leaves the corporation at a distinct disadvantage during hostile takeovers because a corporate raider
may raise funds and deduct loan fees to purchase a target's stock, while the target may not.
For example, Carl Icahn, corporate raider
and head of TWA, loves to ten of one encounter he had with his consultant.
The most notorious example of the new market for the Adirondacks' deep woods was the sale of 96,000 acres, sight unseen, acquired from a British corporate raider
named James Goldsmith by Henry Lassiter, an Atlanta developer, for $17 million.
4 pretty woman (1990) COMEDY blockbuster with Julia Roberts, right, as a sex worker who finds love after a chance encounter with a wealthy corporate raider
played by Richard Gere.
He also wanted the corporate raider
to make long-term commitments to research and development if its PS8billion bid succeeds.
Carl Icahn has been pressing Michael Dell to raise his bid.
Summary: A battle over US computer giant Dell heated up Friday as corporate raider
But a poison pill might not be necessarily given Icahn's corporate raider