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Definition: Takeover Defense Strategies
While facing a hostile takeover through a hostile bid, the management of the targeted company acts to protect their independence or to ensure that the hostile bidder is pressured to sweeten their bid further. Often, the main purpose is to make the acquisition more costly or time consuming and in such way making the targeted company less attractive due to the rise in cost which follows.
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