Williams Poison Pill struck down

Williams Poison Pill Struck Down

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A Delaware judge struck down Williams Companies’ “poison pill” provision last week after the pipeline giant adopted protection efforts to guard against a possible hostile takeover while oil prices plummeted early last year. In a 90-page ruling, Vice Chancellor Kathaleen McCormick wrote Williams’ poison pill was a “disproportionate response” to…

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Dan Tyson has covered the energy industry for more than a decade, focusing mainly on coal and natural gas. 

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