A risky hostile takeover defense where the target firm tries to take over the company that made the hostile bid through buying huge amount of the potential acquirer's stock. This defense is supposedly to scare off the potential acquirer, which does not want to be taken over itself. The target may sell off its assets or borrow greatly in order to obtain sufficient of the acquirer's stock avoiding the takeover.
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