Mr. Icahn buys his dream house
- 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;5/20/85, 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.
- Who's laughing now? Byron, C. // New York;4/22/91, Vol. 24 Issue 16, p19
Discusses how financier Carl Icahn, who loaded up on the bonds of Donald Trump's Taj Mahal casino last winter, made a shrewd investment despite snickers from Wall Street.
- Carl Icahn's stay at TWA. // Newsweek;1/20/1986, Vol. 107 Issue 3, p44
Carl Icahn's stay at Trans World Airways has dragged on for 8 months and any hope for a patented quick killing in TWA stock or a swift and lucrative gain from its assets is long gone. Meanwhile, Trans World Airways--a chronic also-ran among the airlines--has plunged into even worse shape.
- Icahn plans increased TWA investment. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;8/26/85, Vol. 123 Issue 10, p27
New York investor Carl C. Icahn said last week he intends to increase his stake in Trans World Airlines to more than 50 percent, giving him control of the airline. His plan was disclosed in a Securities & Exchange Commission filing following a decision by TWA's board of directors declining to...
- Icahn insists. // Crain's New York Business;04/19/99, Vol. 15 Issue 16, p74
Presents news that financier Carl Ichan's proposal for RJR Nabisco Holdings Corp. to spin off its 80.6% stake in food unit Nabisco Holdings Corp. is legally sound.
- Icahn: `We're fed up.' Whitaker, M. // Newsweek;1/4/88, Vol. 111 Issue 1, p36
New York financier and TWA (TransWorld Airlines) chairman Carl Icahn is a self-proclaimed crusader against wasteful management. He recently bought enough stock to become Texaco's No. 1 shareholder and then pressured the officers to settle the company's four-year legal battle with Pennzoil. He...
- This parting is no sorrow. // Time;8/17/1992, Vol. 140 Issue 7, p16
Reveals that corporate raider Carl Icahn and Trans World Airlines' labor unions have reached an agreement that Icahn's departure from the nation's No. 3 carrier is the desired outcome of the current talks. The deal will turn over the airline to its 28,000 workers and allow the New York takeover...
- Icahn's tar baby. McCarroll, Thomas // Time;8/17/1992, Vol. 140 Issue 7, p44
Announces an agreement between corporate raider Carl Icahn and Trans World Airlines' union-led employees that has Icahn stepping down and turning over control of TWA to its employees in return for concessions that are designed to keep the airline flying. TWA's 28,000 flight attendants, baggage...
- FUN AND TAXES. Seligman, Daniel // Fortune;12/14/1992, Vol. 126 Issue 13, p179
Presents the case brought against troubled tycoon Carl Icahn by the IRS (Internal Revenue Service). Carl Icahn doing business as Foxfield Thoroughbreds Inc., (FTI); Difference between a business and a hobby; IRS disallowed FTI's expenses; Regulations in the IRS used to illustrate their point;...