greenmail
noun

the practice of making a profit by buying a large number of shares in a company, threatening to take the company over, and then selling the shares back to the company at a higher price

"...he proposes that there should be a limit on greenmail, perhaps permitting payment of a 20 per cent premium on a maximum of 8 per cent of the stock" [Duns business Month]

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