Elliott Management Discloses $3B Stake in AT&T
The activist investor believes AT&T is deeply undervalued, citing its "irreplaceable assets, enormous earnings power and an ability to win in key markets."
Red Robin Rebuffs Activist’s $519M Buyout Offer
The struggling restaurant chain said its strategic plan is a better option for long-term shareholder value than Vintage Capital's offer.
Third Point Fined Over Antitrust Violations
The activist fund allegedly failed to comply with premerger notification rules before acquiring stock in DowDuPont two years ago.
Activist Elliott Bets $1.3B on SAP Profit Growth
The German software giant has prioritized revenue growth but is now taking steps to boost the profitability of its cloud business.
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Activist Fund Urges ‘Immediate’ Change at eBay
eBay's shares rose 6% after Elliott Management disclosed a 4% stake in the company and unveiled a plan to unlock strategic value.
Activist Seeks Records in Campbell Soup Fight
Third Point's Daniel Loeb believes internal company documents could boost his bid to replace Campbell's entire board.
David Anderson Takes CFO Job at Nielsen
The finance veteran joins Nielsen as the media ratings firm faces pressure from activist investor Elliott Management to sell itself.
Loeb’s Third Point Pushes For Campbell Soup Sale
About 41% of the publicly held, global soup-maker is still held by family members, who have resisted a sale in the past.
Icahn Blasts Cigna Deal for PBM as ‘Travesty’
The investor urges Cigna shareholders to reject the acquisition of Express Scripts, calling it potentially “one of the worst blunders in corporate history."
Rent-A-Center Cuts 250 Jobs, Confirms Offers
The struggling furniture and equipment rental firm has been under pressure from activist investors to sell itself.