The company is imploring shareholders to vote against Icahn’s proposal to spin-off PayPal and appoint two board members at its upcoming annual meeting, and calling out Icahn’s personal attacks and the credentials of his proposed board members. This is just the latest in a heated battle that’s taken shape in the last three months.
eBay CEO John Donahue faced a fresh attack from billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn, who nominated two directors to the retailer’s board and accused Donahue of “inexcusable incompetence.” Icahn wants eBay to spin off its PayPal unit, a move the company is against.
Because of course they did.
The Silicon Valley venture capitalist responds directly for the first time to billionaire investor Carl Icahn’s campaign against him and eBay.
In response to the billionaire investor’s scathing public letter this morning, eBay released a statement accusing Icahn of using “cherry-picked old news clips and anecdotes out of context” to attack two eBay board members.
Deborah Liu has nurtured the social network’s Mobile App Install Ad product from concept to hundreds of millions of dollars in estimated annual revenue.
I guess my boyfriend knows what to get me for Valentine’s Day now…
Warning: contains velociraptor.
The billionaire investor has a .82% stake in the company and has nominated two directors for its board.
How much would YOU pay for William Shatner’s kidney stone?
Come on, admit it: You still want that Talkboy!
The town of Wasilla is getting rid of Palin’s former ride.
A Hello Kitty pencil sharpener from the ’90s is worth how much?
EBay founder Pierre Omidyar has taken a large interest in Greenwald, who is soon leaving The Guardian. Greenwald won’t reveal his backer. Updated.
“YOU all LIED to us about sleep overs so you could hang like little trollops at an older guys HOUSE?????” Oh boy, someone’s in the dog house!
Do they even know who they just gave bad feedback to?!
Surprisingly, some people will pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for this ’90s fad.
Your parents were right — you should have never cut Barbie’s hair.
Can I borrow 100K? I totally need the copy of the The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in my life.
This is why your phone needs a password.
Time to say “bye bye bye” to your paycheck.
Smartphone maker BlackBerry has lost about $3 billion in market value during Thorsten Heins’ less than two years as CEO. Has anyone fared worse in attempting a turnaround?
Do you have a 60-year-old pair of jeans lying around? Get that up on eBay, STAT.
America: Land where rich people can spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on a piece of old cardboard. God bless, America. God. Bless.
And what’s more, both listings went up yesterday evening. Unopened marathon jerseys have also surfaced.