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.
Soccer (Ownership) World Cup Draws Paul Singer Against Ken Griffin
Who’s willing to do what it takes to buy a marquee team from a disgraced Russian oligarch?
Right-Wing Radio Host Wants To Know Where Florida-Based Hedge Fund Gets Off Imposing Marxist Ideas Like ‘Shareholder Value’ On His State
What do these West Palm Beach billionaires know about the Sunshine State, anyway?
Paul Singer Swears He’s Definitely Not Thinking About Deposing Jack Dorsey With These 3.5 Million New Shares He Just Bought
He just thinks, like, Twitter’s a great business on the right track, which is definitely something he says about lots of companies he’s invested in.
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.
Quibi’s Most Compelling Content Ever Is A Posthumous Legal Brief About Paul Singer’s Lovelife
The short-form failure would prefer to discuss what favors the hedge fund manager may be doing to whether it stole its signature technology.
Add Florida To The Long List Of Things Paul Singer Doesn’t Care For
Not even his designated successor and the lure of tens of millions in tax savings could get the Elliott Management chief to live among those people.
Crypto Chief Pledges To Be Even Less Woke Than Paul Singer
Brian Armstrong wouldn’t want to do anything divisive, after all.
Paul Singer Ready To Burn PG&E To The Ground To Get His $250 Million
A promise made over the charred and smoldering remains of California is still a promise.
South Korean Prosecutors Really Wish Swaps, Stock Were The Same Thing
Then Paul Singer would be sorry. But they’re not, and he’s not.
Coronavirus Keeps Killing Things Carl Icahn Doesn’t Like
First Occidental’s intransigence, now malls and a meddlesome SEC proposal.
Silver Lake Pays $1 Billion To Save Jack Dorsey, For Some Reason
Paul Singer’s bloodlust is temporarily sated by a $2 billion buyback.
French Regulator Doesn’t Have To Understand What Paul Singer Did To Know He Did Something Wrong
The Japanese, on the other hand, are proving a bit more open because, you know, SoftBank.
Carl Icahn Will Not Be Presiding Over The Shotgun Wedding Of Xerox And HP Just Yet
HP needs a little more time to get to know Xerox better.