5 Ways To Avoid Being Targeted By An Activist Investor

Law360, New York (March 25, 2016, 9:06 PM EDT) -- Activist campaigns don't discriminate against targets based on size or sector, and as more cash pours into funds with an activist agenda, public companies of all kinds should prepare for the change that an activist surfaces in their stock. But preparing for that likelihood can also spark crucial changes that prevents an activist from zeroing in in the first place, experts say.

Public companies concerned about activist pressure need to think proactively about the long-term plan for the company and its shareholders, or there is a strong chance they will wind up the target of a potentially disruptive and expensive activist...

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