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The tell: corporate reactions to short-sellers

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© Bloomberg Activist short-selling is a funny term when you really think about it. Unlike activist investor campaigns when someone takes a stake in a business, the short-selling speculator has no direct economic means to influence the company. It’s hard, after all, to ask for say, a board seat, or a new chief executive, if ...

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