CNBC's David Faber reports Manitowoc reaches an agreement with billionaire activist Carl Icahn for a seat on MTW's food service spinoff.
Given Apple's strong performance in the last quarter, David Schechter, Sargon Portfolio, is currently revising model and could argue for a higher valuation.
Icahn Enterprises chairman Carl Icahn thinks Apple's Tim Cook has done a magnificent job but needs to do bigger buybacks. Icahn also says a short squeeze in the company is now occurring.
Icahn Enterprises chairman Carl Icahn is very pleased with Apple's quarter and says he will revise guidance. Brett Icahn, Sargon Portfolio, provides perspective.
The price of oil will go lower as supply and demand remain unbalanced, activist investor Carl Icahn tells CNBC.
Carl Icahn, chairman of Icahn Enterprises, discusses central bank action, and his view of the global market.
Carl Icahn, Chairman of Icahn Enterprises, provides perspective on the pullback in the price of oil.
Ebay is calling the actions of its largest shareholder Carl Icahn aggressive. Icahn responds.
Ebay says it has entered into an agreement the company's largest shareholder Carl Icahn, and will appoint Icahn's pick Jonathan Christodoro to its board. Icahn weighs in on the company's decision to spin off its PayPal payments service.
Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn co-founder, discuss why he initially disagreed with Carl icahn's plan to split PayPal from eBay.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports Amazon shares are spiking on heavier than average volume. David Faber reports rumors activist investor Carl Icahn has a stake in Amazon are not true.
Top fund manager Bill Nygren views the precipitous fall in energy stock prices as creating "the area to be opportunistic in."
Expect more shareholder activists to get involved in Canadian oil and gas companies, Maglan Capital's David Tawil told CNBC.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos turns 51 Monday. We look at how fast he accumulated his wealth on a per-day basis, comparing that to other billionaires.
With the oil market weighed down by oversupply, activist investor Carl Icahn said that he expects crude prices to slide further in the short-term.
Is there any stock too big for an activist investor to be involved with? Carl Icahn of Icahn Enterprises answers. Also, he discusses his stake in Apple.
Due to oversupply in inventory, Carl Icahn of Icahn Enterprises, expects oil to go lower and says and there will eventually be great opportunities in the services area.
Wall Street may not have Bill Ackman to kick around anymore.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reveals what investors can expect from hedge funds and activists in 2015.
Carl Icahn reported a 7.77 percent stake in Manitowoc, saying he intended to seek a split of its cranes and food-service equipment businesses.