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Papa John's founder John Schnatter has asked the company's board of directors to roll back provisions in the "poison pill" document it adopted... [Read More]
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In a letter filed with the Federal Securities and Exchange Commission, Schnatter says the so-called "poison pill" provision undermines shareholder rights. [Read More]
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Papa John's founder John Schnatter is asking the Papa John's board to drop a provision that blocks him from taking a controlling stake in the company. [Read More]
Papa John's founder John Schnatter demanded in a letter to fellow company directors that they drop the poison pill provision.        ... [Read More]
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Washington's anti-China poison pill in its trade deal with Mexico and Canada – the 32.10 clause – could be copied in agreements with Asian countries to ratchet up the pressure on Beijing... [Read More]
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...HSTA members should note that their leadership has been played for the fools that they are.... [Read More]
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Despite months of wrangling with Canada and Mexico, few substantive changes are in NAFTA 2.0. Yet Trump sees it as a model to tame other nations and to use it as a "poison pill" to corner China from engaging in pernicious trade practices. In fact, the new pact has few teeth to meet such goals. [Read More]
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Despite months of wrangling with Canada and Mexico, few substantive changes are in NAFTA 2.0. Yet Trump sees it as a model to tame other nations and to use it as a "poison pill" to corner China from engaging in pernicious trade practices. In fact, the new pact has few teeth to meet such goals. [Read More]
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Prop. "B," billed as a "Privacy First Policy," will be added to the City Charter as new Section 16.130 if passed by voters. Prop. "B" isn't necessary. The... [Read More]
Clause in the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement sets a bad precedent for future trade agreements.. Read more at straitstimes.com. [Read More]
Miami Heat forward Justise Winslow says he is "getting close" to a contract extension before Monday's deadline kicks in, but a Jimmy Butler deal could put that progress to waste, according to Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Oct. 15 is the date players selected in the first round of the 2015 NBA Draft can finalize agreements with their respective teams. Winslow would otherwise would become a restricted free agent by July 1. Under NBA rules, first-rounders who receive extensions prior to their fourth NBA season can become subject to what is termed a "poison pill" provision. Under that provision, if a... [Read More]
Warming oceans could usher in a whole new poison pill of dangerous creatures, from sea snakes to jellies and lionfish. [Read More]
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Warming oceans could usher in a whole new poison pill of dangerous creatures, from sea snakes to jellies and lionfish. [Read More]
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Former U.S. trade representative Ron Kirk on how the Trump administration may add a "poison pill" provision to future trade agreements in order to pressure China into opening up their markets. [Read More]
The Trump administration has found a new tool in its trade battle with China: Using deals like the recent U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement to try to freeze China out of creating its own deals with trading partners. [Read More]
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U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross hinted that the Trump administration may flex its muscle with additional trading partners in order to exert pressure on China to open its markets. [Read More]
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross hinted that the Trump administration may flex its muscle with additional trading partners in order to exert pressure on China to open its markets. [Read More]
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The provision, which was made part of the recently negotiated USMCA trade deal, effectively gives its signatories veto power over any new trade agreements between the remaining USMCA members and "non-market" countries. [Read More]
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US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross signaled on Friday that Washington may flex its muscle with additional trading partners in order to exert pressure on China to open its markets, saying that a "poison pill" provision in the recently completed pact with Canada and Mexico could be replicated. [Read More]
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Read more about US may put anti-China 'poison pill' in new trade deals to pressure Beijing on Business Standard. A 'poison pill' provision in the recently completed pact with Canada and Mexico could be replicated... [Read More]
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