corporate control and imposes a 50% excise tax on greenmail
"The Canadian securities law regime differs significantly from the regulatory environment in the United States which prompted the creation of the Pill and which permits two-tier front-end loaded junk bond-financed bust-up acquisitions, street sweeps and greenmail
." Gordon Coleman, "Poison Pills in Canada" (1988) Can.
Esta relacion estrategica solo duraria pocos anos, ya que Santodomingo ataco a los paisas haciendo uso del greenmail
en Suramericana, para hacerse al poder de Cerveceria Union.
still occurs, (116) and it can be characterized
(53) Goodyear succeeded in retaining control of the company, but at a cost of $90 million in greenmail
(54) to Goldsmith and, according to some, the "abandonment of its long-term corporate strategy." (55) Goodyear's publicity campaign against the attack on a "treasured midwestern 'institution'" (56) helped set the stage for legislation to slow foreign investment.
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The most notable of these institutional investors are large pension funds such as CalPERS and TIAA-CREF, both of which specifically discourage the use of unequal voting, secret ballot, supermajority requirements, staggered boards, greenmail
, and poison pills, all of which are components of the Gompers et al.
"We are not interested in playing a game that some would describe as 'greenmail
First, the repurchase can be considered as greenmail
, if the company buys back stock from a potential raider at a premium above the market price.
The past two decades have been a rough ride for Carteret, N.J.-based Pathmark Stores, starting with an unfortunate greenmail
attempt, a leveraged buyout by Merrill Lynch shortly thereafter, and later, an acquisition deal with Ahold that was quashed by the Federal Trade Commission.
The study did not include companies that repurchased their stock because of a greenmail
As the mystery progresses, readers seamlessly learn both the meaning and the downside for shareholders of corporate use of "poison pills," "greenmail
," "option-repricing," "golden parachutes," and "political entrepreneurship." Wilson goes for the jugular.