Brian Armstrong wouldn’t want to do anything divisive, after all.
Which is only 20,000 or so fewer than the votes for their congressional bête noire.
He also may not. We don’t know. But we can guess.
We’ve got a real nailbiter as Peltz and Procter & Gamble move into the vote interpretation stage of the proxy contest.
The Trian chief has some alternative facts to counter Procter’s preliminary results fake news.
At this point the Treasury Department is this close to inking a four-year contract with Spirit Airlines.
It's all Irene Rosenfeld can do not to shove Oreos in the mouths of every hedge fund manager she sees.
Jeff Immelt's getting a little Peltz-ing to start the week.
The bank has finally learned how this activist investing stuff works.