Franck Tuil’s well rested and ready to feast on the bloated, COVID-ravage corporate lepers of the continent.
Third Point is taking this fight to Tokyo, having nearly doubled its money in New York.
First Occidental’s intransigence, now malls and a meddlesome SEC proposal.
We don’t know, but some unfortunate executives are about to find out.
But Edward Bramson would love to see a long-dated pink slip with the Barclays CEO’s name on it.
Paul Singer’s bloodlust is temporarily sated by a $2 billion buyback.
Carl Icahn and Tom Barrack are taking different roles in their own versions of “The Apprentice.”
Goldman Sachs is great at bodyguarding against bullies, just ask their former head of activism defense...who works for Paul Singer as of four weeks ago.
Dumping stock in a company whose board you currently sit on is, among other things, an extremely Paulson move.
Does Herbalife have anything to treat diarrhea?
The real Dan Loeb or an imitation will be fine.
The CEO of 7-Eleven will have to stand in for George Clooney in Loeb's revenge fantasy.
Once again, it seems that Bill Ackman and Herbalife both dressed up as Mean Girls this Halloween.
Jeff Immelt's getting a little Peltz-ing to start the week.
According to the Wall Street Journal, many a business school student is worshiping at the alter of activist investing in general and Bill Ackman specifically.
Mary Jo White does not think all activist investors are a scourge of society, despite what you may have heard. Some of her best friends are activist investors!