11/24/15 - 11:45 AM EST
Is Third Point's Dan Loeb along for the ride as he takes a large stake in Danaher or will he push for more buybacks and divestitures?
11/23/15 - 05:11 PM EST
The telecommunications equipment maker makes its bid, after being a target of activist investors for years.
11/17/15 - 08:42 AM EST
ISS wants the board rejected outright while Glass Lewis is willing to back only three of the six-member proposed board.
11/12/15 - 02:28 PM EST
The auto parts retail chain is ousting its CEO, replacing four directors, adding a board seat for the dissident fund's CEO, Jeff Smith, and closing 30 stores.
11/11/15 - 10:42 AM EST
Large global life insurance MetLife doesn’t lend itself to a breakup, but activist investors may still look to split the company just as Carl Icahn is trying to split AIG.
11/11/15 - 08:18 AM EST
Republicans criticized the largest financial institutions' leverage over D.C. and the economy -- and demanded they submit to higher capital requirements.
11/05/15 - 09:00 AM EST
Raider-turned-activist Carl Icahn is trying to split up AIG into three parts, but he faces difficulties in forcing a breakup and in shaking the insurer's too-big-to-fail label.
10/31/15 - 11:36 AM EDT
In addition to Hillary Clinton, the Federal Reserve and high taxes, Trump, Christie and Rubio targeted CNBC hosts and the media in general.
10/28/15 - 11:51 AM EDT
The billionaire activist investor asserts that if insurance giant AIG divides itself into three new companies, it could escape costly regulatory oversight and return more cash to its stockholders.
10/28/15 - 09:08 AM EDT
What would Jesus do with too-big-to-fail financial institutions?