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Question 1

A "shareholder rights plan" is otherwise referred to as:

Question 2

Poisoned, Inc. has just adopted a shareholder rights plan. It is likely that the markets might choose to:

Question 3

RigaMortis, Inc. has adopted a "dead hand" poison pill. It is most likely the case that:

Question 4

Z Corp. is attempting a takeover of Y Corp. Y Corp. has a poison pill in place. Before Z Corp. goes too far in the acquisition, it will be forced to:

Question 5

K Corp. is attempting to acquire P Corp. K has been actively acquiring P's stock for the last two months and has managed to take quite a large position. However, without realizing it, K has acquired a position so large that it has inadvertently triggered P's poison pill. The result to K is that: