Definition: A poison pill is a way to make a company less attractive to a hostile buyer. This prevents hostile takeovers and changes in management.
Advice: Common types of poison pills include the following:
1.) The right for existing shareholders to buy shares at a discount (dilutes the acquirer) 2.) Granting more voting rights to existing shareholders. 3.) Companies may issue lots of debt or preferred stock to make themselves less attractive.
E-Commerce - This is a form of sales that takes place electronically. The most common means is on the internet or also through computer networks. This type of sale has become increasingly popular over the last few years. Such means has so many benefits to both the seller and the...