Billy is super-high on Lowe’s.
I mean, CNBC just totally stripped the nuance from that time he said “hell is coming” and “America will end as we know it” in a TV interview.
Can he interest you in a beautiful spot in the Nevada desert?
Any chance he’s eligible for whistleblower money on that $123 million settlement?
And would some of you hard-up corporate executives give the guy a call, for heaven’s sake?
And an enormous amount of time to talk to reporters.
Not that Stephanie Ruhle was having any of it.
He was gonna hold off until next year, but man, he’s just so happy about everything right now and can’t keep it in.
In fact, Mr. Neri Oxman thinks the whole thing is worth roughly $0.
Instead of gastrointestinal distress, Chipotle is now producing some solid returns for the Ack-man.
Welcome to the Ackmanaissance, Uncle Warren.
Why you gotta c-block the United Technologies/Raytheon merger, Bill?
Neri Oxman's trophy husband is sitting on a potential goldmine in Hell's Kitchen.
Pershing Square investors past and present may wonder what took him so long, but he got there, and that’s the important lesson of his spiritual journey.
Other than the public wedding announcement, auctioned lunch dates, bold new trading strategies and this interview about how quiet he's being, Bill Ackman is being like, sooooo quiet.
It’s yet another way in which he’s intellectually superior to the man he won’t be succeeding.
Herbalife may not be hurting Ackman anymore, but it’s still helping Icahn.
Happy Valentine's Day, From Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ackman.