hmm ok thnx
A strategy used by corporations to discourage hostile takeovers. With a poison pill, the target company attempts to make its stock less attractive to the acquirer. There are two types of poison pills:
1. A "flip-in" allows existing shareholders (except the acquirer) to buy more shares at a discount.
2. A "flip-over" allows stockholders to buy the acquirer's shares at a discounted price after the merger.
pac man would also be one of these techniques na???
ksi nay abi tk pura gdb banaya b hai k nai??????????????
tehrim I am afraid you are wrong
Pac Man is also the type of anti-takeover (defensive) strategy.
There are certain other techniques a company can adopt to exercise the poison pill strategy. You are required to discuss any two techniques (other than the one mentioned in above example) along with conceptual rationale.
Techniques for exercising the poison pill strategy Pacman is not a type of poison pill strategy
Pacman is another concept
These defensive techniques have evolved over time, and while this strategy may take several forms, the most common structures include: