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Proxy fight

A strategy that may accompany a hostile Takeover. A Proxy fight occurs when the acquiring company attempts to convince shareholders to use their proxy votes to install new management that is Open to the Takeover. The technique allows the acquired to avoid paying a premium for the Target.

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