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a person who seizes control of a company, as by secretly buying stock and gathering proxies.
(finance) a person or organization that acquires a substantial holding of the shares of a company in order to take it over or to force its management to act in a desired way

a financier who undertakes hostile takeovers of companies, esp. to immediately sell the assets for a profit


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