First Occidental’s intransigence, now malls and a meddlesome SEC proposal.
The shotgun wedding of HP and Xerox has, like all weddings right now, been called off.
The legend has a new weapon in his arsenal.
Let’s start with 2008 and then go from there.
As Carl Icahn has learned many, many, many times before, sometime a show of force is required to get the stupid to submit, just like Gandhi taught.
Banks are willing to give it the money, for some reason.
Carl Icahn and Tom Barrack are taking different roles in their own versions of “The Apprentice.”
Why try to find common ground when you can just make a pre-Thanksgiving threat?
Sometime in the next two-and-a-half years would be great.
Carl Icahn wants to know.
HP needs a little more time to get to know Xerox better.
Xerox-HP: The love story our times deserve.
In fact, Mr. Neri Oxman thinks the whole thing is worth roughly $0.
With Dad’s approval, of course, until six or seven years after he’s dead.
Uncle Carl is taking his show to Miami and he sort of cares about who's coming with him.
What’s an intrusive and cumbersome questionnaire between angry Occidental shareholders?
Uncle Carl is so full of emotion over the Eldorado/Caesar's merger that he thinks he's a peasant now.
All they had to do was try to spend $38 billion that Carl would like distributed to people like himself.
Isn’t that a funny coincidence?
Did you really think that Uncle Carl would fall for this bullsh!t?