Poison pill: A tactic used by a firm to make the firm less desirable in a potential takeover. An example is a clause in the firm's constitution docments which gives the current shareholders the right to purchase additional shares at a reduced price if another firm acquires a pre-defined percentage of the firm's stock.


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