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UPDATE: Who can save Twitter? Only a Wall Street barbarian
Twitter is the new Yahoo, so expect a long and bumpy ride
Breakfast with Benjamin : Carl Icahn's smooth move to try and halt corporate inversions in the name of tax patriotism is, naturally, also pretty good for his own portfolio.
Activist investor to push for a measure that would enable shareholders to communicate directly with the board and possibly seek the addition of a director.
The billionaire activist investor said busting up conglomerate would limit regulation, which he calls a 'tax on size.'
Legendary activist investor sounds the alarm while BlackRock CEO pushes back.