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Slippery slope

17 November 2014 By Kevin Allison

With staggered boards increasingly rare, America has a freer market for corporate control than ever before. Halliburton’s hostile swoop on $26-bln oilfield rival Baker Hughes is a good test case. It’ll be up to investors to defend the value of their company in a proxy fight.

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