Activist investor Elliott Management has taken a $1B position in the social media company.
The restaurant operator missed on earnings but doubled its dividend, while the aircraft parts supplier reveals it will be restating results over two years.
Activist investor Elliott Management has taken a stake in the utility.
I'm all in favor of mergers and acquisitions -- the more we get, the higher the stock market goes -- but I am not in favor of making conclusions based on tips about deals.
I love when activist investors, in this case Elliott Management, get involved in a name that I am already long.
A dividend hike and a big buyback authorization by Mr. Softee should produce value for shareholders.
Elliott Management has expressed concern over not just the expense made in diversifying AT&T's overall business direction, but also in the reshuffling of leadership at the C-level.
Nordstrom is turning the ship around from its 52 week lows. As retail foments its rift, is the company now a winner?
Is a turnaround even possible anymore?
Will BBBY be the next retailer to bite the dust?