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Time Warner Improves Defences Against Second Murdoch Bid

Posted at 7:28AM Tuesday 22 Jul 2014

Time Warner has changed its bylaws to prevent shareholders from calling a special board meeting, in a move that bolsters its defences against a second bid from 21st Century Fox.

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