Activist investor Carl Icahn and Southeastern Asset Management are sick and tired of the delays that ... the record date for shareholders of record to vote, which would also mean that the shareholder vote would be delayed yet again. The shareholder vote.
Typically activist funds had been pushing companies to return excess cash to shareholders through share buybacks or higher dividends. These days, that extra cash can mean the difference ... from 27 last year. Southeastern Asset Management has not made.
Einhorn as an activist investor in CONSOL Energy. This comes as the company continues to underperform. The question remains over whether it'll be able to truly shake the fall in commodity prices. Southeastern Asset Management has gone active on CONSOL.
Reuters ... Silver Lake declined to comment on Southeastern’s statement. Sanford Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi estimates Hawkins’ asset management house paid an average of more $20 a share for its stake, meaning a loss of at least $825 million.
Activist investor Carl Icahn has built a stake of around ... the next largest shareholder after Southeastern Asset Management, based on previously available data. The network reported that Icahn wanted Dell to take on debt of as much as $9 billion and.
Beyond Loeb, at least one other fund that occasionally engages in activism, Southeastern Asset Management Inc., has a stake in United Technologies. Southeastern owns a 0.7% United Technologies stake, according to securities filings. In addition.
The appointment, announced by Hainer at last week's annual general meeting, will help defend against possible moves by activist investors. Southeastern Asset Management owns about ... to be savvy about what that can mean," he said. Perella spokeswoman.
Analysts estimated that Southeastern paid more than $20 a share on average, meaning that the asset management firm would lose over $ ... Southeastern and another activist investor, Carl C. Icahn, eventually won seats on Chesapeake’s board.
The rise of shareholder activism has made it harder to distinguish between ... The veteran investor targeted weak governance and dozy directors. Along with Southeastern Asset Management, he overhauled Chesapeake’s board in 2012 without in the end having.
Southeastern, run by activist investor Hawkins and owner ... Sanford Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi estimates Hawkins' asset management house paid an average of more $20 a share for its stake, meaning a loss of at least $825 million at the current.