Bill Ackman

A Management Hall of Fame exists, at least on the internet and in Mario Gabelli’s imagination. And Carl Icahn will be enshrined therein. Read more »

He apparently decided to forgive Bill Ackman even though a certain crybaby cost him a few bucks in the first quarter. Read more »

Nobody asked Bill Ackman if he was OK with Allergan telling Valeant to go shove it because they’re a terrible company whose only business is to buy other businesses. He’d like to know if they asked anybody else. Read more »

Uncle Carl is loving the totally legitimate diet-shake company’s $266 million share buyback. Bill Ackman hasn’t weighed in on the racist pyramid scheme’s move, but it is safe to say he’s not impressed. Read more »

And that’s why, despite Carl Icahn’s comments about him in the past, Bill Ackman is ready to take their newfound friendship to the next level (and why Icahn, who Ackman once described as a liar who takes advantage of little people probably feels the same way). Read more »

The highlight of Buffettstock is always Warren’s five-hour, off-the-cuff Q&A session with Berkshire investors at Omaha’s CenturyLink Arena, and this year was no different. The Berkshire chief and sidekick Charlie Munger ranged over a variety of topics for 38,000 adoring fans, including: Did they fuck up, re: Coke? Should a 59-year-old volunteer sheriff and college dropout take over as Berkshire chair when the 83-year-old Buffett expires? Can they invest all of the money they’re making?* And, last but not least, stuff they don’t like, notably high-frequency trading and activist investors. Read more »

If the Pershing Square chief is looking for some new hedge fund managers to bicker with on CNBC, he need look no further than Beverly Hills. Read more »