Icahn Enterprises L.P.

+$1.12 (+4.9%)
Closing price June 6, 2023
A short-seller report on Icahn Enterprises is, to say the least, unflattering. Regional banks continued Tuesday's slide, and AMD dropped on a weak forecast.
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Carl Icahn has submitted an SEC filing through his Icahn Enterprises disclosing roughly a 10% stake in Caesars Entertainment, expressing a plan to increase shareholder value by selling the company.
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.
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Auto parts maker Tenneco has agreed to pay Icahn Enterprises $5.4 billion to acquire Federal-Mogul, another parts supplier.
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Herbalife has been more than a controversial stock over the past three years or more. Short seller and activist investor Bill Ackman had roughly a $1 billion bet against this company and has been a...
Thursday's top analyst calls from Wall Street include Cisco Systems, Enterprise Products, J.C. Penney, Kinder Morgan, NetApp, Priceline and Digital Ally.
Herbalife is treating this settlement as a victory. The question now is whether it will begin to aggressively go after Bill Ackman for calling Herbalife a pyramid scheme.
In a terse letter to the Federal-Mogul, activist investor Carl Icahn's Icahn Enterprises on Monday morning raised its offer for the remaining shares of Federal-Mogul that Icahn doesn't own.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen from Friday, February 26, include American Water Works, Autodesk, Kraft Heinz, Palo Alto Networks, Toyota and Vipshop.
Activist investor Carl Icahn disclosed on Thursday the acquisition of 19.4 million shares of stock in Cheniere Energy, about 8.2% of the company's outstanding shares.