So perfect, in fact, that it has no more need of Carl Icahn, nor he of it.
And Odey’s not gonna like Pentwater Capital’s plans for Rio Tinto.
It just wants to make sure they are sure they wanted to vote against management, and also that they’ve read the rules about acting in concert.
The Japanese, on the other hand, are proving a bit more open because, you know, SoftBank.
He can hardly disagree with Capgemini about the absolute lack of urgency in accepting its pitiful offer for Altran.
Carl Icahn wants to know.
HP needs a little more time to get to know Xerox better.
He also may not. We don’t know. But we can guess.
And it may or may not have to be because he has to in order to win.
It's not easy being a visionary.
Black-and-White Capital is frankly stunned that this shit has gone on this long.