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Ackman's mission to destroy the company could extend to directors' liability.
Herbalife was given a boost on Monday after activist investor Carl Icahn nominated three people, two Icahn Enterprises employees and a director, to Herbalife's board of directors.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer is worried Bill Ackman will not stop at trying to take down Herbalife, despite the company's planned changes to its board.
There won't be any big earnings news this week, but there are more than a dozen IPOs on the way. And Apple is reportedly in talks for a big cable deal.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Facebook, thanks to its quarterly numbers. But one stock is up more --it's Yahoo! Jonathan Marino has more from the Nasdaq Marketsite.
U.S. stocks opened in the red Friday but quickly bounced back amid concerns about China's growth and heightened global tensions over Ukraine.
Hedge fund manager Bill Ackman defended himself today against a NYT article accusing him of lobbying Congress in his ongoing war against Herbalife.
That's a question for prosecutors with Ackman and Herbalife.
Jim Cramer has got his eye on a stock he's betting will make a bigger buyback after a big exit earlier this year. Jon Marino reports from the Nasdaq Marketsite.
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The start of diet season - January through April - looks bright for Medifast so far, says the company's CEO Michael MacDonald, as does Medifast's expansion plans into Canada.
I expect the shares to rise by a few dollars. Herbalife (HLF) announces the completion of its audit for fiscal years 2010-2012 and filing of amended 10-K and 10-Qs. There were no material changes in the company's financial representation. A slight p...
Maybe the Belgian court ruling had something to do with the spike. Yesterday on Columnist Conversation Jim "El Capitan" Cramer was inquiring about why Herbalife's (HLF) shares were ripping. This might be the answer.
Jim Cramer talks Apple holiday sales, Merck's job cuts and what's in store for Herbalife.
For health-conscious investors, there's Herbalife. For hungry ones, there's Burger King--and Apple. Monday kicks off with key quarterly numbers.
Stocks are selling after Obama cautions the market about the shutdown. Tesla gets fired up in a bad way, while Ackman eases on Herbalife.