Sotheby's Adopts Poison Pill As Loeb Ups Stake
The company's pill caps any investor at 10 percent ownership, a relatively low threshold, but one that effectively prevents Loeb from acquiring many more shares. It would cap a passive investor — a label that no longer applies to Loeb — at 20 percent.
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