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to the hollow within.

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Time Warner enacts changes to fend off any future Murdoch takeover bids
Time Warner has changed its bylaws to prevent an unwanted takeover in the future. The move comes after the CNN parent company turned down an offer to be bought out by Fox News owner Rupert Murdoch last week.
The Time Warner board, led by CEO Jeff Bewkes, voted unanimously to remove a provision in the company bylaws that allowed shareholders to call special meetings. The change prevents shareholders from combining their holdings to reach the 15 percent threshold and call a meeting, the Financial Times reported. The bylaws now say that only the CEO or a majority of the board can call a special meeting. The move delays action by Time Warner investors until its annual meeting in June 2015, a person familiar with the change told Bloomberg. 

Oh.

rtamerica:

Time Warner enacts changes to fend off any future Murdoch takeover bids

Time Warner has changed its bylaws to prevent an unwanted takeover in the future. The move comes after the CNN parent company turned down an offer to be bought out by Fox News owner Rupert Murdoch last week.

The Time Warner board, led by CEO Jeff Bewkes, voted unanimously to remove a provision in the company bylaws that allowed shareholders to call special meetings. The change prevents shareholders from combining their holdings to reach the 15 percent threshold and call a meeting, the Financial Times reported. The bylaws now say that only the CEO or a majority of the board can call a special meeting. 

The move delays action by Time Warner investors until its annual meeting in June 2015, a person familiar with the change told Bloomberg. 

Oh.

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