Sharks in the Water, Battling an Activist Investor for Corporate Control (B)

Sharks in the Water, Battling an Activist Investor for Corporate Control (B)

By
David Larcker, Brian Tayan
2010|Case No.CG20B

This case is a follow up to CG-20A, and explains the actions taken by Tarco in response to threat from activist investor Barracuda. The case explains how the company relied on an analysis of its shareholder base and predictive proxy voting to inform its decision.

See also CG20A Sharks in the Water: Battling an Activist Investor for Corporate Control (A).

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