Trending

 

Carl Icahn

Breaking News about Carl Icahn:


Gallery : Carl Icahn

20 images
MIDEAST-ISRAEL-MICROSOFT-BALLMERFILES-US-AOL-TIME WARNERClorox Co Shares Jump, After Investor Ichahn Reports Stake In Company

Sponsored Update

EBay and Icahn settle Proxy Fight

EBay and Icahn settle Proxy Fight
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Carl Icahn is backing down from his push to remake eBay, settling an acrimonious dispute just...
Read more Apr 10 2014, 8:35am CDT
 

Advertisement


SEC fines Lions Gate $7.5M related to Icahn spat

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Securities and Exchange Commission levied a $7.5 million fine against movie studio Lions Gate...
Read more Mar 13 2014, 3:41pm CDT
 

More From the Web

Apple gives the best answer to the doubters who say its best days are behind it!

Source: The Drum

CEO Tim Cook Visits Beijing
Apple socked it to the doubters yesterday with a 7% increase in quarterly profit and a $30 billion stock-buyback programme because, said CEO Tim Cook, the company's shares are undervalued. "That should show you how much confidence we have in the future of the company," Cook told The Wall Street Journal. Apple raised its share repurchase authorisation to $90 billion from the $60 billion level announced last year. The company also lifted its quarterly divid ...
Full article at: The Drum 1 hour ago
 

50 Billionaires To Follow On Twitter

50 Billionaires To Follow On Twitter
The entrepreneurial experience necessary to build a ten-figure fortune make billionaires a fount of business knowledge...
Read more Mar 6 2014, 4:12am CST
 

Icahn looking to launch an army of mini-Icahns

Source: Street Sweep, Fortune

MIDEAST-ISRAEL-MICROSOFT-BALLMER
Legendary Wall Streeter says he could spend as much as $1 billion seeding new activist investors. FORTUNE -- Presumably, they would be younger and better looking. Carl Icahn says he is interested in helping to start up other activist funds that invest like him. On Tuesday, speaking at IMN's Active-Passive Investor Summit in New York, Icahn said he would be willing to provide seed money to get a number of funds off the groun ...
Full article at: Street Sweep, Fortune 10 hours ago
 

Greenbrier hires its rival's former CEO. Could he one day replace Furman?

Source: Business Journal of Portland

W
Wall Street is abuzz that the Greenbrier Cos. Inc. may have just hired its next CEO. On Tuesday, the Lake Oswego-based railcar-maker said it hired Jim Cowan as senior vice president of operations. Cowan is a former CEO of American Railcar Industries Inc., a Greenbrier rival and a  company with which activist investor Carl Icahn once wanted Greenbrier to merge. Cowan will report directly to Greenbrier CEO Bill Furman. In a repor ...
Full article at: Business Journal of Portland 1 day ago, 4:46pm CDT
 

Apple TV Revenue Hit Over $1B In 2013

Apple TV Revenue Hit Over $1B In 2013
At the annual Apple shareholder meeting, CEO Tim Cook discussed the traction of the Apple TV in 2013. Cook revealed...
Read more Feb 28 2014, 7:26pm CST
 

Latest stories

Suns G Goran Dragic Wins 2014 NBA Most Improved Player Award
Suns G Goran Dragic Wins 2014 NBA Most Improved Player Award
Phoenix Suns guard Goran Dragic won the NBA Most Improved Player award on April 23.
 
Tori Spelling Worst Mom
Tori Spelling Worst Mom
Is she that bad?
 

PODCAST: Activist investors

Source: Market Place

Activist investor William Ackman has set his eyes on a new target: Allergan. Ackman has joined forces with Valeant Pharmaceuticals to purchase the Botox-maker for an undisclosed amount -- $50 billion is one educated guess. Ackman along with other so-called corporate raiders Carl Icahn and Nelson Peltz, have become famous, and sometimes infamous, for shaking up the companies they invest in. Do they do more harm than good? Netflix stock saw a jump after its quarterly profits report bea ...
Full article at: Market Place 1 day ago, 10:06am CDT
 

Activist investors help shareholders, right?

Source: Market Place

Activist investor William Ackman has set his eyes on a new target: Allergan. Ackman has joined forces with Valeant Pharmaceuticals to purchase the Botox-maker for an undisclosed amount -- $50 billion is one educated guess. Ackman along with other so-called corporate raiders Carl Icahn and Nelson Peltz, have become famous, and sometimes infamous, for shaking up the companies they invest in. Do they do ...
Full article at: Market Place 1 day ago, 5:02am CDT
 

Ahead of the Bell: Apple to hold annual meeting

CUPERTINO, Calif. (AP) — Apple stockholders will get a chance to grill CEO Tim Cook about the company's product...
Read more Feb 28 2014, 5:46am CST
 


 

The Hottest Photos of Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2013