Discussion in 'Stocks' started by dealmaker, Feb 13, 2018.

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    A short history of Carl Icahn, angry billionaire
    If you were to construct a word cloud around all the coverage of Carl Icahn over the years, chances are "angry" would rival "billionaire" and "activist investor" among the terms most associated with him. For financial journalists, the recurring question surrounding Icahn is not so much "Is Carl Icahn angry?" but "What is Carl Icahn angry about today?" The answer to that question at the moment: the proposed Xerox-Fuji deal.(Ad Age)
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    Xerox Chief Out

    Xerox's CEO and most of its board are heading for the exit to settle a suit waged by Carl Icahn and fellow shareholder Darwin Deason. The pair won a court order blocking a merger with Fujifilm Holdings. So CEO Jeff Jacobson is out and former Novitex boss John Visentin will take his place, according to the settlement. One issue though: Fujifilm will fight both the settlement and the merger-blocking court ruling. Reuters