Herbalife Ltd.

NYSE: HLF
$21.49
-$1.37 (-6.0%)
Closing price June 29, 2022
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Carl Icahn has pared his holdings of Herbalife by about 70% and now holds just 6% of the company's stock, far less than the 24% he held about five years ago.
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This analyst expects that Herbalife will benefit from increased consumer interest in overall health and fitness. Plus, it has a new chief executive officer.
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Herbalife released better than expected fourth-quarter earnings late Tuesday and shares were up on Wednesday.
Herbalife is set to report its most recent quarterly results after the markets close on Tuesday.
Herbalife shares dipped on Wednesday after the company announced that its CEO Richard Goudis would be resigning. Those close to the matter say that Goudis is resigning as a result of comments he made...
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Activist investor Carl Icahn has tendered about a quarter of his stake in Herbalife in response to the company's tender offer made last month.