Carl Icahn

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.
Xerox reported mixed first-quarter 2016 results and a company split update before markets opened Monday morning.
Activist investor Carl Icahn has added 4 million class B shares of Freeport-McMoRan to his stake.
Xerox reportedly will be broken into two pieces, and activist investor Carl Icahn, who has a significant stake in the company's shares, will receive several board seats.
AIG said it plans to sell its broker-dealer network, spin off part of its mortgage-insurance unit and slash costs. but not break up the company.
AIG has received another letter from activist investor Carl Icahn demanding AIG bust itself up into smaller, more focused units.
The market continues to pressure Xerox's shares, as questions about its viability as an independent public corporation dog it. Its shares have dropped 31% in the past year.
Say what you want about media tycoon Rupert Murdoch, but he doesn’t give up easily.
Many on Wall Street are scratching their heads over the latest move by activist investor Carl Icahn.
The long and deep energy sell-off has brought many 10% owners and executives out to the buy desk. The insider buying volume swamped selling last week.
On Friday, after activist investor Carl Icahn revealed a 12.1% stake in Pep Boys – Manny, Moe & Jack (NYSE: PBY), the stock bounced big in after-hours trading, but cooler heads appear to...
It seems that no company is too big for Carl Icahn to try to influence in an effort to unlock value. AIG is now Icahn's latest public target.
Copper miner and oil producer Freeport-McMoRan announced Wednesday morning that the company had appointed two new board members recommended by activist investor Carl Icahn.
Carl Icahn has released an ominous video on his website saying that the seven-year bull market has run its course.
Icahn is not necessarily looking for a dividend payout, but it can be surmised that he almost certainly wants Freeport-McMoRan to get rid of the oil and gas albatross it acquired.