Carl Icahn

The Wall Street Journal reported late Tuesday that Xerox is considering an acquisition of HP. This appears to be biting off more than Xerox can chew, but maybe not.
Dell Technologies and VMware both posted double-digit revenue gains in the third quarter. The better-than-expected results could toss a monkey wrench into Dell's planned re-entry into the public...
Carl Icahn plans to launch a proxy fight to prevent Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners from completing a reverse merger with a tracking stock controlled by Dell and Silver Lake that would bring...
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.
Carl Icahn claims his support of Herbalife has helped save the company and enhanced the value of his own shares and all others who held the stock after his early purchase. Now he has decided to take...
The collapse of a merger of Xerox with an arm of Japanese company Fujifilm leaves troubled Xerox with a difficult future, after years of efforts by a string of executives to turn around its business.
Activist investor Carl Icahn has acquired a 13.5% stake in oil driller SandRidge Energy and says he opposes the company's announced $746 million acquisition of Bonanza Creek Energy.
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...
There may be mixed views on the departure of AIG's CEO, but we know that Carl Icahn is definitely happy with this result.
Icahn's sale caused Chesapeake's shares to dive about 6% on Monday. But when Icahn announced his sale of Transocean stock late Wednesday, the company's shares drifted down only fractionally.
Carl Icahn believes that Herbalife might be better off as a privately held firm and he has weighed the possibility of launching a tender offer for it.
Navistar International announced a strategic alliance with the truck and bus division of Volkswagen that included an unspecified equity investment by the German automaker.
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.
This past week started to resemble just what we have been expecting the rest of the summer to look like: volatile. Yet, big-time insiders were big-time buyers.