A new report details the eye-popping numbers surrounding activist campaigns in 2014, which reached new heights and targeted bigger companies than ever.
A photo of the hedge fund boss, accompanying a recent Bloomberg profile, ignited a flurry of conspiracy theories. They were almost certainly all wrong.
A video surfaced of a Herbalife employee sharing some troubling thoughts and facts about the embattled nutritional supplement company. If you can’t say something nice…
The hedge fund titan has had a number of larger than life quotes attributed to him over the years, and this weekend brought even more. It appears we have reached peak Ackman.
Bill Ackman likes to position himself as making investments that are “good for America,” and while he admits that some of his 30 activist campaigns have cost jobs, he believes he is ultimately a job creator.
A new database has tracked the biggest winners and losers in activist short-selling. Pershing Square’s Bill Ackman, despite Herbalife, is one of the best; David Einhorn of Greenlight Capital, isn’t.
The hedge fund titan’s Pershing Square Capital is set to conduct an IPO later this year, but industry insiders are worried Ackman is sabotaging its potential success with his increasingly bizarre public behavior.
Today, billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman of Pershing Square Capital gave a three-and-a-half-hour presentation about Herbalife, the company he has a $1 billion short position in, and which he’s spent $50 million to date trying to take down. Things got… weird.
New data from Activist Insight suggests that activist investing for 2014 is already shaping up to outpace last year, and the companies targeted represent a diverse group of industries.
Pershing Square Capital has launched a new website attacking former Herbalife employees. Experts say the hedge fund could be in questionable legal territory with its “unprecedented” move.
In a wide-ranging interview on PBS’ Charlie Rose show Tuesday night, Ackman defended his recent actions against J.C. Penney and himself against attacks from rivals.