hostile bidder

/ˌhɒstaɪl 'bɪdə/, hostile suitor /ˌhɒstaɪl 'su:tə/ noun
a person or company making a hostile bid

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  • Sale Of Crown Jewels — A takeover defense tactic that involves the sale of the target company s prized and most coveted assets the crown jewels so as to reduce its attractiveness to the hostile bidder. The sale of a company s best assets will leave it as a mere shadow… …   Investment dictionary

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  • black knight — [ˌblæk ˈnaɪt] noun [countable] FINANCE a company that tries to take control of another company by offering to buy large numbers of its shares: • While not particularly welcome, the black knight is considered more favourably than the hostile… …   Financial and business terms

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