- LOYAL TO LIONSGATE. Lowry, Tom // Daily Variety;12/2/2010, Vol. 309 Issue 42, p7
The article reports on the need of billionaire investor Carl Icahn to increase his offer to additional five dollars per share in order to attract Lionsgate's capitalists in the U.S.
- Carl Icahn didn't vote for president last year. Primack, Dan // Fortune.com;12/5/2013, p1
The article looks at investor Carl Icahn as of December 2013, noting he appears on a "Time" magazine cover, reporting on his firm's rate of return for the year to date, and presenting comments from him which appeared in the "Time" article on U.S. politics and economic policy.
- Activists at the gate. Elstein, Aaron // Crain's New York Business;12/8/2014, Vol. 30 Issue 49, p0004
The article highlights the vulnerability of large banks in the U.S. to infiltration by activist investors like Carl Icahn, Bill Ackman and Nelson Peltz as of December 2014. Topics discussed include the acceptance of a representative from Peltz's hedge fund into the board of Bank of New York...
- Chesapeake Investors Push for Major Changes. Kuykendall, Taylor // State Journal (WV);6/1/2012, Vol. 28 Issue 22, p1
The article reports on the move of investors to call for changes in the practices of natural gas producer Chesapeake Energy Corp. in the U.S. Carl C. Icahn, who purchased about 7 percent stake in the company, asserts that directors whose irresponsible actions caused Chesapeake's financial...
- Is Carl Icahn creating a shareholder forum? Primack, Dan // Fortune.com;10/24/2013, p1
The article considers what activist investor Carl Icahn might do with a Website he says he is going to create. The author notes that a blog Icahn established in 2008 featured comments from Icahn and guest posters. In a 2005 interview with the publication "New York Times Magazine" Icahn discussed...
- TW turns page on book unit with big sale to Lagardere. Szalai, Georg // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;2/7/2006, Vol. 393 Issue 1, p6
The article reports that with Carl Icahn and Frank Biondi set to unveil their breakup plans for Time Warner Inc. today, the world's largest media conglomerate announced on Monday a deal to sell its book unit to French company Lagardere SA for $537.5 million--a price well above what it would have...
- Carl & Irwin & Phillips & Holly. KABACK, HOFFER // Directors & Boards;2013 Fourth Quarter, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p8
The article focuses on the issues involving corporate raiders Irwin L. Jacobs and Carl Icahn in the U.S. The filing of 13D by Minneapolis investor Jacobs is highlighted which indicated that the stocks of sugar beet processor Holly Sugar Corp. have been undervalued in 1979. The comments of Icahn...
- ALPA prepares for possible sale of all or part of TWA. McKenna, J.T. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;11/20/1989, Vol. 131 Issue 21, p128
Reports that the leaders of Trans World Airlines' pilots union, the Air Line Pilots Assn. (ALPA), are preparing for the possibility that Carl Icahn may sell all or part of the airline in 1990. Profit and loss figures; Pilots' concessionary contract; Management system; Union's concerns.
- Carl Icahn eyes TWA. // Newsweek;5/20/1985, Vol. 105 Issue 20, p56
Icahn, head of ACF Industries, and an investment group he heads, have amassed over 20 percent of TWA's stock, leading Wall Street speculation that he may make a takeover bid. Other possibilities: merge with ACF, trade stock for airplanes that ACF would lease out. TWA's stock rose only 75 cents.