Forgiveness Means Being Open To Doing A Deal With A Guy Who Once Compared You To A "Crying Little Jewish Boy In The Schoolyard"


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).

Stephanie Ruhle: Now that you and Carl have this middle ground, are you and he working on anything together?
Bill Ackman: I'm not currently working on anything with Carl Icahn.
Ruhle: But would you?
Ackman: I think I would.
Ruhle: You would??
Ackman: It's possible. Sure.

Ackman: I Think I Would Work With Icahn [BloombergTV]

Earlier: Bill Ackman And Carl Icahn Make Up, Upscale Italian Eatery No Longer Forced To Scramble To Find Tables On Opposite Sides Of The Room


How Should Bill Ackman And Carl Icahn Settle This Thing Once And For All?

When Mark Hughs founded a multi-level marketing company called Herbalife in 1980, he probably thought it had the power to do a lot of things. Help people lose weight. Makes others rich. Shake up the diet industry. What he mostly likely did not expect, however, was that his li'l company that could would reignite a feud between two billionaires that would devolve into a flurry of press releases quibbling over who was dying to be friends with whom, shouting matches on live TV, and, we predict, someone telling someone else he has a right mind to "Rip the eyes out of your head and piss into your dead skull! You messed with the wrong hedge fund manager!"