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Plus, hats off to Fill or Kill on Lululemon.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said burdensome bank debt prevents Herbalife from buying back shares of stock.
Investing in them after better-than-expected news isn't always a good idea.
Jim Cramer says Herbalife is a battleground stock, and he's not a fan.
"It's not a joke, it's a rope, Tuco. Now I want you to get up there and put your head in that noose. " --Blondie, "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly" Strange references often jump off of the page as I write my diary and my mind wanders and free-associ...
Shares of Herbalife were slightly higher Wednesday even after billion activist investor Bill Ackman said that the company's business model is on a track to disappear.
The FTC has effectively shut Herbalife down but investors just don't realize it, Ackman says.
He needs Mondelez to make a deal -- any deal.
U.S. stocks struggle to hold onto slight gains after a terrorist attack overnight casts a shadow over global markets.
Herbalife shares soared Friday on news that the Federal Trade Commission has determined the food-products distributor does not equate to a so-called pyramid scheme.
It looks like the billionaire activist can't catch a break on these two stocks.
If you aren’t a big fund manager, you don’t have to trade like one.
Anything above that, you speculate on Ackman vs. Icahn.
Herbalife stock lifted on FTC investigation results while Xerox reportedly rejects R.R. Donnelley's merger proposal.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals is not letting up on Ackman's fund, dragging 2016 losses down by more than 20%.
Billionaire activist Bill Ackman is not cutting his hedge fund's losses in a massive short bet against Herbalife.
The drama between the billionaire activist and Herbalife heats up in a new Pershing Square video attack.
Shares of the nutrition-products distributor fall from their Wednesday highs on news that Herbalife's much-awaited FTC settlement will not come this week.
Investors should be wary of the increasingly popular activist short-sellers.
Billionaire activist Bill Ackman posts another ugly quarter as his fund's big flops continue to erode earnings.
Bill Ackman's hedge fund, Pershing Square, lost over 25 percent in the first quarter and the billionaire investor is still bearish on shares of Herbalife.
Bill Ackman takes another swing at the nutrition-products distributor in his latest letter to Pershing Square investors.
Coming off a brutal first quarter, Bill Ackman's hedge fund announced the loss of a key strategist.
"Monday, Monday, Can't trust that day; Monday, Monday, Sometimes it just turns out that way. Oh, Monday morning, You gave me no warning of what was to be. Oh, Monday, Monday, How could you leave and not take me?" -- The Mamas and the Papas, Monday, ...
Jobs data receive mixed interpretations, Herbalife continues to rally and President Obama talks election.
A disappointing jobs number in April made for choppy trading on Friday.
Herbalife has more than survived its attack by hedge fund manager Bill Ackman and the company is growing again, especially in China, says Jim Cramer.
Herbalife climbs after hours, former party standard bearers diss The Donald, and a Fed president talks of gradual rate hikes.