The shareholders best interest however creates threats because the share of a company somehow needs to be balanced as per the requirement of the shareholder but an activist investor becomes connected to an agency in the complete manner and managers of companies require to be even more defensively prepared in order to make their decisions in accordance to the capital requirements of this activist investor. The shareholder’s value the activist investor because he or she has the ability of getting an organization from under value to over value along with helping other shareholders to benefit from the aggressive money made by the activist investor. According to a recent incidence where a UK based hedge fund activist sued Coal India for compromising the minority shareholders interest through agreement on discounted prices for selling coal(Bebchuk et al, 2013). This incident was preferably not a result of rights and responsibilities but had everything to do with reduction in prices leading to reduced benefit for the activist investors. The middle path being chosen will illustrate the threatening pressure that companies today face. The middle view will be to allocate only a position for the investors in terms of advices, suggestions and recommendations rather than allowing them to gain complete control over an organization.