Luckin Coffee Actually Tastes Pretty Good Without All The Fraud
Snow Lake Capital’s Sean Ma now has a thirst for the “Dunkin’ of China.”
Noted White Wine Drinker Thinks Beer-Can Maker Is Doing It Wrong
Carl Icahn’s got some brutal drunk sincerity for Crown Holdings.
Medtech Company Invents Fentanyl-Level Poison Pill Fatal To Shareholder Activism
Unfortunately for Masimo, like Fentanyl, it may be too powerful for its own good.
Dan Loeb Proves Unusually Persuadable By Mickey Mouse
ESPN can stay, he guesses—but only if Disney gives it some more streaming friends.
Paul Singer Notices Company That Keeps Screwing Up Keeps Screwing Up
And he would like Cardinal Health to cut it out. Let him explain how.
What Does Andrew Left Like Less: Getting Slaughtered By Redditors Or Having The FBI Show Up At His Door?
It’s a question he can answer now!
Activist Investing Basically Insider Trading, Sayeth Gary Gensler
He’s got a lot of plans for the hedge fund industry, and it’s not going to like them.
If Shareholder Activism Is Poker, Marc Lasry Doesn’t Even Know How Many Cards To Draw
You have to be formally in the game to play it.
Carl Icahn Thinks Gas Utility Is Bloated Enough Already
And Uncle Carl knows a thing or two about that.
The Mind-Bending, Fiduciary Duty-Slaying Power Of Paul Singer
Fear of Elliott is now a valid basis for a legal claim.
Paul Singer Reinvents Himself As A Whimsical Stationary Seller
What can he say? The guy just loves some cute and colorful bunting.
Paul Singer Protégé Prepared To Spit Hot Activist Fire All Over Europe
Franck Tuil’s well rested and ready to feast on the bloated, COVID-ravage corporate lepers of the continent.
Dan Loeb Doing Very Well Indeed With Company Ignoring Dan Loeb’s Advice
Third Point is taking this fight to Tokyo, having nearly doubled its money in New York.
Coronavirus Keeps Killing Things Carl Icahn Doesn’t Like
First Occidental’s intransigence, now malls and a meddlesome SEC proposal.
How Do You Say ‘Abysmal Operating Performance’ And ‘Wasteful Corporate Spending’ In French?
We don’t know, but some unfortunate executives are about to find out.