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Why Allergan Inc. Is an Activist Investor Target
Motley Fool

Why Allergan Inc. Is an Activist Investor Target

Activist investors, such as Carl Icahn and Bill Ackman, have been imposing their will on companies in a major way this year. Instead of digging up little known value plays to beat the market, these activists are targeting major corporations like ... Motley Fool, 3 hours ago
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Wynn Resorts, Limited (WYNN)'s CEO Sees 95% Discount Investment Of Icahn Enterprises LP (IEP)'s Carl Icahn, A Tough Sell

If Wynn Resorts, Limited (NASDAQ: WYNN ) s CEO sees only stuck money in the unfinished Fointainbleau building, Icahn Enterprises LP (NASDAQ: IEP ) and Carl Icahn should take him seriously and act fast rather than just sitting on the investment. In ...
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With eBay decision, Carl Icahn proves his mettle, again

By Myles Udland This is why you follow Carl Icahn. On Tuesday morning, eBay announced that it would spin off its PayPal unit in a deal that most investors hadn't expected until some time next year. Earlier this year, Carl Icahn bought a stake in ...
 Economic Times20 hours ago Carl Icahn Is On A Ridiculous Winning Streak (EBAY, MCD, WFM, FDO, DG, DLTR, NFLX)  Business Insider2 days ago EBay Is A Perfect Example Of Why Traders Love To Piggyback On Carl Icahn (EBAY, MCD, WFM, FDO, DG, DLTR, NFLX)  Austin American Statesman2 days ago
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EBay Faces Slower Growth, Increasing Competition

Earlier this year, eBay Inc. waged a costly and bitter campaign dubbed "Better Together" to counter investor Carl Icahn's calls to spin off its PayPal payments unit. Now that eBay has agreed to shed PayPal, it may prove difficult to show it is ...
 Austin American Statesman16 hours ago

Trump Entertainment Plan Pegs Survival on Icahn, Cuts

Trump Entertainment Resorts Inc. filed a restrucutring plan that would have lender affliates of billionaire Carl Icahn invest as much as $100 million in the company and take over control, if the casino operator is able to meet certain goals ...
 Bloomberg18 hours ago

How Alibaba And Apple Could Decide The Future Of EBay And PayPal

Analysts and activist investor Carl Icahn have been agitating for a split of eBay and PayPal for years. So why now and what happens to the two companies as they go it alone next year. EBay CEO John Donahoe said the company's decision to spin off ...
 Austin American Statesman19 hours ago
Forbes.com

After Criticism, Coke Revises Executive Pay Plan

It's been a good week for billionaire investors: on Tuesday, Carl Icahn got his way when eBay announced that it and PayPal will go their separate ways. And on Wednesday, Coca-Cola announced that it will revise the executive pay structure that Warren ...
 Forbes.com1 day ago Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent is in line for a pay cut after a warning from Warren Buffett. " class="image" data-src="{"default":"//img.s-msn.com/tenant/amp/entityid/BB6NxWu.img-h=240&w=300&m=6&q=60&u=t&o=t&l=f&f=jpg&x=1086&y=547","size1rowsize2column":"//img  MSN News22 hours ago Buffett Gets His Wish: Coke Is Revising Executive Pay Plan  Austin American Statesman1 day ago Buffett Gets His Wish Coke Is Revising Executive Pay Plan  Big News Network21 hours ago
Motley Fool

eBay Inc. Will Spin Off PayPal in 2015: Carl Icahn Wins Again

doesn't always get what he wants -- at least not right away. Last January, Icahn assembled a 0.8% stake in online auction service eBay (NASDAQ: EBAY At the time, eBay CEO John Donahoe insisted PayPal was a natural part of eBay. "When you separate ...
 Motley Fool1 day ago EBay plans PayPal spin off in 2015  Business Today India1 day ago EBay, bowing to Carl Icahn’s pressure, will split off PayPal  Economic Times1 day ago EBay plans PayPal spinoff next year  Times of India1 day ago
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TopNews United States

What's next for PayPal: Merger or acquisition?

NEW YORK: PayPal's split from long-time partner eBay makes Carl Icahn mighty happy. But he doesn't think PayPal should stay single for long. Icahn — who months ago called on eBay to spin off the lucrative online and mobile payment service — ...
 Times of India1 day ago PayPal Should Merge to Consolidate Payments After eBay Split: Icahn  NDTV1 day ago Could a merger follow the PayPal-eBay split?  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 day ago Will PayPal soon Look for Mergers with Mobile Payment Services to fight Competition from Apple Pay?  TopNews United States1 day ago
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Fortune

Is Apple Pay the reason eBay is spinning off PayPal?

For eight months, eBay CEO John Donovan resisted Carl Icahn's repeated calls to spin off its PayPal subsidiary — telling Fortune s JP Mangalindan that the two companies were more valuable together than they would be apart. What made him change ...
 Fortune1 day ago Icahn Campaign Led EBay to Mask Openness to PayPal Split  BusinessWeek1 day ago Icahn Distraction Pushed EBay to Mask Openness to PayPal Split  La Repubblica1 day ago Apple Pay May Be the Reason eBay Is Spinning Off PayPal  Time1 day ago
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