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  • BOSTON, May 21- Activist hedge fund manager Keith Meister and billionaire investor Carl Icahn said they may try to buy oil and gas producer Energen Corp, according to a regulatory filing made on Monday. Two months ago, Birmingham, Alabama- based Energen, which has operations in the Permian Basin, seemed to have settled with Meister's New York- based hedge fund by...

  • Carl Icahn at Delivering Alpha 2015 in New York.

    Carl Icahn reveals the size of his position in VMware on CNBC's "Halftime Report" Monday.

  • Carl Icahn on his latest investments

    CNBC's Scott Wapner speaks with Carl Icahn about his latest investments in Energen, Xerox and VMWare, a subsidiary of Dell Technologies.

  • May 21- Activist investor Carl Icahn filed a lawsuit on Monday against AmTrust Financial Services Inc and the family that controls the company, accusing them of trying to take the insurer private at the wrong time and at the wrong price. The lawsuit filed in the Court of Delaware accuses Karfunkel-Zyskind family of engaging in a transaction which will transfer "...

  • Xerox has suffered from poor management for many years: Carl Icahn

    CNBC's Scott Wapner discusses the future of Xerox with investor Carl Icahn.

  • Carl Icahn speaking at Delivering Alpha in New York on Sept. 13, 2016.

    Investor Carl Icahn discusses his decision to team up Keith Meister of Corvex and purchase 2 million shares of stock in Energen from Corvex with an option to purchase another 2 million.

  • May 21- Activist investor Carl Icahn filed a lawsuit on Monday against AmTrust Financial Services Inc and the family that controls the company, accusing them of trying to take the insurer private at the wrong time and at the wrong price. Icahn had disclosed a 9.38 percent stake in AmTrust on May 17. On March 1, AmTrust said it would be acquired in a $2.7 billion deal by...

  • Carl Icahn speaking at Delivering Alpha in New York on Sept. 13, 2016.

    Carl Icahn is joining his protege Keith Meister in a deal that may ultimately lead to their purchase of oil and gas producer Energen Corp.

  • "I think with a holiday on our second weekend we'll catch' Deadpool' if not exceed it," said Chris Aronson, distribution chief for 20th Century Fox. The film grossed $176.3 million internationally and opened better overseas than the first, especially finding audiences in Latin America. In a whole different corner of the cinematic universe, " Book Club" was third with a...

  • TOKYO, May 18- Fujifilm Holdings Corp is planning to sue Xerox Corp soon deeming that the U.S. photocopier company has no legal right to unilaterally scrap their $6.1 billion merger, a senior Fujifilm executive said on Friday. "We are currently in talks with lawyers on the schedule for filing the lawsuit and plan to go to court as soon as possible," Chief Operating...

  • TOKYO, May 18- Fujifilm Holdings Corp is planning to sue Xerox Corp soon to seek damages from the U.S. photocopier company for unilaterally scrapping their $6.1 billion takeover deal, a senior Fujifilm executive said on Friday. In January, Xerox and Fujifilm had agreed to a complex deal to merge Xerox into their 56- year-old Asia joint venture Fuji Xerox and give...

  • Carl Icahn speaking at Delivering Alpha in New York on Sept. 13, 2016.

    AmTrust Financial Services shares jumped in after-hours trading Thursday after activist investor Carl Icahn disclosed a nearly 9.4 percent stake in the company.

  • May 16- Xerox Corp has appointed John Visentin as chief executive officer and set July 31 for its annual shareholders meeting, the U.S. photocopier maker said on Wednesday. Visentin was also elected vice chairman of the board with Keith Cozza elected as chairman, Xerox said in a statement. Visentin replaces CEO Jeff Jacobson, the main architect of a proposed $6.1...

  • May 16- Xerox Corp has appointed John Visentin as chief executive officer and set July 31 for its annual shareholders meeting, the U.S. photocopier maker said on Wednesday. Visentin was also elected vice chairman of the board with Keith Cozza elected as chairman, Xerox said in a statement. Visentin replaces CEO Jeff Jacobson, the main architect of a proposed $6.1...

  • In fourth place was "Overboard," with $9.9 million in its second week, followed by "A Quiet Place" with $6.5 million. 2. "Life of The Party," Warner Bros., $17,886,075, 3,656 locations, $4,892 average, $17,886,075, 1 Week. 5. "A Quiet Place," Paramount, $6,455,396, 3,144 locations, $2,053 average, $169,608,030, 6 Weeks.

  • *Xerox now expected to go up for sale in auction. NEW YORK/ TOKYO, May 14- Xerox Corp has scrapped a planned $6.1 billion deal with Fujifilm Holdings Corp in a settlement with activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason that also hands control of the U.S. photocopier giant to new management. The two companies agreed in January to a complex deal that would have...

  • Viacom Inc., down $1.48 to $28.74. CBS filed a lawsuit against controlling shareholder National Amusements, a move that could block a combination of CBS and Viacom. Acacia Communications Inc., up $2.75 to $34.25.

  • May 14- Xerox Corp shares fell 4 percent on Monday after the photocopier pioneer said it scrapped a planned $6.1 billion deal to merge with Fujifilm Holdings Corp. The decision hands victory in one of the biggest ongoing U.S. proxy fights to activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason, who say they can secure better offers for the company than the deal with...

  • May 14- Xerox Corp's board has scrapped the planned $6.1 billion deal with Japan's Fujifilm Holdings Corp in a settlement with activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason. Xerox had been battling activist shareholder Carl Icahn and investor Darwin Deason over the company's plan to sell itself to Fujifilm in a deal the two say dramatically undervalues...

  • The market had been broadly higher earlier in the day on hopes that trade tensions were easing between the U.S. and China. But much of that rally faded, leaving decliners on the New York Stock Exchange outnumbering risers. Casino operators and equipment companies got a boost from a Supreme Court decision that cleared the way for states to legalize sports betting.