Schedule 13D Voting Agreement

Of course, any member of the group that actually acquires voting rights or investment power through equity securities held by other members of the group becomes the beneficial owner of those securities by acquiring that power. While this point is relatively clear with respect to holders of irrevocable voting power in an election of directors, the General Staff responded in the affirmative to the view that a party has the right to appoint one or more appointed directors, for which the other parties have agreed to become a beneficial owner of the issuer`s equity securities, which are advantageously held by the other parties, on the basis of the power to direct the vote on the titles of the other parties. Note that the new CDI does not claim that a voting agreement on other issues (e.g. B a voting agreement in favour of a particular transaction or against other transactions) establishes in the same way the “right to vote” and the “economic property” that results from it. Investors may choose to buy a large number of shares of a listed company for a variety of reasons. For example, it may be activist investors attempting a hostile takeover, institutional investors who think the stock is undervalued, or a dissident investor considering proxy competition to control the vote or replace management. Contingency problems. Prior to voting on certain potential matters (as defined below) submitted to IAC shareholders for approval, Mr. Diller (or, after the death or obstruction of Mr. Diller or Mr.

Diller, who ceases to serve as a director or officer of IAC, Alexander von Furstenberg or his successor), has been appointed in consultation with the other Diller parties, and Mr. Levin will endeavor to reach an agreement on how to select the common shares and Class B common shares held by the Diller parties. In the absence of an agreement to support the proposal, the Diller parties will vote against all Class B common and common shares they held. “Potential business” falling within the provisions described above includes: (i) the acquisition or substantial disposal of assets or transactions by EPC or its subsidiaries, (ii) entry into a new core division and (iii) the division or division to IAC shareholders of (or a similar transaction that includes a core business of the business), with the exception of Vimeo; Inc.). (a) unless otherwise specified below; with respect to an agreement relating to the election of Joseph M. Levin, Chief Executive Officer of IAC, as Director of IAC and certain other matters at the time of this report, is advantageous: (i) 42,275 Common Shares and 1,651,011 Class B Common Shares, par value of $0.001 per share, of the Company (“Class B Common Shares”), held directly and/or via The Arrow Trust in 1999, from the 16th. .

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