FRANKFURT, March 20 (Reuters) - Aerospace and defence group EADS has dropped plans to introduce a "golden share" and is mulling instead a cap on voting rights for shareholders to prevent a hostile takeover of the company, dpa newswire said. EADS plans to cap voting rights of any shareholder at 15 percent, German news agency Deutsche Presse-Agentur reported on Thursday, citing unidentified people in the industry. German carmaker Daimler said no decision had been taken, while EADS and the ...
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