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26 June 2019 By John Foley

AbbVie and Occidental have structured huge acquisitions so shareholders don’t get a vote. Research suggests that when owners get a say, as happens more often in the UK, it can save a lot of scorched value. Bypassing them means acquisitive CEOs are losing a valuable sanity check.

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