Billionaire investor Carl Icahn may seek board representation in Cheniere Energy, reports CNBC's Dominic Chu.
Hillary Clinton decried the effects of some activist investors, calling out firms that have seen involvement from Carl Icahn and others.
Hillary Clinton's plans to tax some short-term investments at higher rates.
How to become a great trader? Avoid these six classic mistakes, says trading mentor Raj Malhotra.
Delivering Alpha attendees react to the most interesting ideas from this year's conference
CNBC's Jeff Cox gives his take on the top moments from the Delivering Alpha conference.
BlackRock's CEO Larry Fink said Wednesday that too many stock repurchases may be holding back the economy.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen's semiannual congressional testimony this week could be the final hearing of its type in a zero-rate environment.
Underperforming corporate executives beware: The activists are coming for you.
One of Delivering Alpha's biggest names, Carl Icahn, delivers his best one liners and moments during the investing conference's past four years.
As the companies prepare to go their separate ways for the first time in 13 years, investors are split over the growth and value options.
Stephen Roach, senior fellow at Yale University, discusses Carl Icahn's comments that the U.S. market is "extremely overheated."
CNBC Contributor David Seaburg explains why Carl Icahn was wrong when he said the market was overheated.
The torrid run in Netflix shares has outpaced the company's growth, prompting Citi to downgrade the stock to neutral from buy.
The FMHR traders give a market outlook after discussing Icahn's danger warning.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why investors should not make too much out of Carl Icahn's comments on the market.
Ben Lichtenstein, president of Tradersaudio.com, says Carl Icahn's exit from his stake in Netflix is a "good call", but explains why he remains bullish on the U.S. markets.
King Lip, chief investment officer at Baker Avenue Asset Management, explains why he disagrees with Carl Icahn's comments that the U.S. market is "extremely overheated."
Jim Cramer has a better idea for this outspoken investor.
Jim Cramer warns investors that a split is not a good reason to own a stock; it's just cosmetic.