Takeover

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Takeover

To assume control or management of a corporation without necessarily obtaining actual title to it.

A takeover bid or tender offer is a proposal made by one company to purchase shares of stock of another company, in order to acquire control thereof.

Cross-references

Mergers and Acquisitions.

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A significant development in 2015 was the emergence of more than $60 billion in unsolicited corporate takeover bids by larger, financially-stable companies that targeted more distressed peers.
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A REVIEW of corporate takeover law prompted by the sale of Cadbury is to begin next month, Business Secretary Vince Cable will announced today.
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The trade union Unite welcomed the news and said Kraft and Cadbury executives should explain their part in the "most unpopular corporate takeover" in recent times.
Corporate takeover news and rising commodities prices lifted investors' confidence in the global economy Tuesday, sending the Dow Jones index ending for three trading days in a row.
Cemex has been struggling with a debt load in the neighborhood of $20 billion since the Rinker Group and Humes Pipes deal, in what remains Australia's largest corporate takeover. With Rinker logging more than 80 percent of its sales in the United States, the original deal looked to put Cemex in an ideal moneymaking situation.
Cemex has been struggling with a debt load in the neighborhood of $20 billion since the Rinker Group and Humes Pipes deal, in what remains AustraliaCOs largest corporate takeover. With Rinker logging more than 80 percent of its sales in the United States, the original deal looked to put Cemex in an ideal moneymaking situation.
Sheehan said, "Corporate takeover activity should increase through 2009 and into 2010.
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