Carl Icahn

  1. Is Icahn Right About Market Dangers?

    The investor recently highlighted a number of issues he feels will challenge investors ...
  2. Does Carl Icahn Want to Buy Out Herbalife?

    Icahn has been in a contentious battle with investor Bill Ackman about Herbalife ...
  3. Carl Icahn Endorses Freeport's Deal With Anadarko ...

    Icahn, who owns an 8.5% stake in the oil and gas company through equity and options, ...
  4. Icahn Hopes To Buy and Privatize Federal-Mogul

    The activist investor may have reached a deal with the auto parts company to buy ...
  5. Hedge Funds Continue to Disappoint Institutional ...

    Following months of poor performance, hedge funds across continue to disappoint institutional ...
  6. Ackman and Icahn Battle Over Herbalife

    Tense words arise as Icahn ups his stake in the troubled multi-level marketing company.
  1. Does Carl Icahn Want to Buy Out Herbalife?

    Icahn has been in a contentious battle with investor Bill Ackman about Herbalife ...
  2. Carl Icahn Endorses Freeport's Deal With Anadarko ...

    Icahn, who owns an 8.5% stake in the oil and gas company through equity and options, ...
  3. Ackman and Icahn Battle Over Herbalife

    Tense words arise as Icahn ups his stake in the troubled multi-level marketing company.
  4. AIG Reporterdly in Talks to Sell Lloyd's Business ...

    The sale would be the latest and largest by AIG in its ongoing restructuring aimed ...
  5. How is Carl Icahn's Short Bet Working Out?

    At what point will Icahn admit that he was wrong?
  6. Billionaire Carl Icahn's Q1 Moves: PYPL, AAPL

    Billionaire hedge fund manager Carl Icahn reduced his holdings in PYPL and AAPL in ...
  1. Carl Icahn Biography

    Carl Icahn is a New-York-based investor and one of the 50 richest men in the world, ...
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  3. Why did the Department of Justice launch an inquiry into the sale of ImClone shares ...

    On December 28, 2001, the FDA announced that it was rejecting ImClone's new cancer drug, Erbitux. The drug represented a ...
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