Marc Andreessen criticizes billionaire investor Carl Icahn, likening him to an "evil Capitan Kirk."
More Silicon Valley companies will likely split in the next five years, Marc Andreessen says.
Hewlett-Packard, eBay, Barnes & Noble—the rash of spinoff announcements has been dizzying. Should investors cheer on for more or take caution?
CNBC's Jane Wells asked Wynn Resorts Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn, what will happen with the unfinished Fontainebleau casino resort on the Las Vegas Strip.
In addition, CEO John Donahoe will step down as CEO of eBay once the split takes effect in 2015.
Activist hedge fund magnate Carl Icahn wins fight to break up eBay and PayPal.
PayPal hasn't aged so gracefully, but eBay's decision to spin it off next year could give it renewed life. Re/code reports.
Super broker Dolly Lenz provides insight to her new $4.3 million Manhattan listing, which was used as a location in the film "9 1/2 Weeks."
Carl Icahn is mulling whether to infuse the Trump Taj Mahal with $100 million, but only with a specific set of caveats, the New York Post reports.
John Burbank, head of $4 billion Passport Capital, is bullish on innovative American companies.
The young-adult adaptation "The Maze Runner" raced to the top of the box-office with $32.5 million.
As CEO of his own soon-to-be public company, Bill Ackman will use a dual share-class structure that has been considered unfriendly to investors.
CNBC's David Faber and Jim Cramer discuss the influence of activist investors on corporate America as Hertz and Darden come under pressure from Carl Icahn and Starboard Value.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday: Hertz, Ulta, ADS & more.
Hertz announced it reached an agreement-in-principle with activist investor Carl Icahn to install three new directors.
In response to the Hertz board announcement. Carl Icahn told CNBC's Scott Wapner the company acted responsibly by adding those 3 people to the board.
Carl Icahn owns a 6.6 percent stake in the media company, according to public filings.
Hertz Global Holdings on Monday announced Chairman and CEO Mark Frissora is stepping down, citing personal reasons.
Jim Cramer explains what to watch ahead of the open, including investor activism in Walgreen.
CNBC's David Faber and Jim Cramer discuss the departure of Hertz CEO Mark Frissora and incoming CEO Brian MacDonald. Cramer says the industry is on fire and Hertz will now be pulled up.