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  2. Carl Icahn - Wikipedia

    Icahn Stadium on Randall's Island in New York City is named after him, as is the Carl C. Icahn Center for Science and Icahn Scholar Program at Choate Rosemary Hall, a prep school in Connecticut. This organization pays for tuition, room and board, books, and supplies for 10 students every year for four years (freshman–senior), an endowment ...

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  5. Billionaire Carl Icahn has sold Pep Boys’ HQ. As the iconic ...

    Cozza is now working closely with Icahn’s son, Brett, who returned to the company this fall and is now his father’s official successor. Last month, after cutting Icahn Enterprises’ credit rating, S&P analysts noted the company’s debt had doubled over the last year, even after Icahn pumped in an additional $750 million in cash.

  6. Icahn Enterprises NasdaqGS:IEP Stock Report - Simply Wall St

    Icahn Enterprises L.P., through its subsidiaries, operates in investment, energy, automotive, food packaging, real estate, home fashion, and pharma businesses in the United States and Internationally. About the company

  7. Carl Icahn Is Shorting GameStop Stock. Should Investors Worry?

    It's not public knowledge how large Icahn's short GME position is, but apparently, he started shorting GameStop when its stock was near its all-time high of $483 per share — before the 4-for-1 ...

  8. Icahn Enterprises - Wikipedia

    Icahn Enterprises L.P. is an American conglomerate headquartered at Milton Tower in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida. The company has investments in various industries including energy, automotive, food packaging, metals, real estate and home fashion. The company is controlled by Carl Icahn, who owns 88% of it.

  9. Bill Ackman - Wikipedia

    Icahn paid $80 per share. In April 2004, HRPT Property Trust acquired Hallwood, paying $136.16 per share. Under the terms of the "contract", Icahn owed Ackman and his investors about $4.5 million. Icahn refused to pay. Ackman sued. Eight years later, Icahn was forced to pay the $4.5 million plus 9% interest per year, by court order.

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  11. The 25 Most Wealthy People in New York - Newsweek

    Chairman of Icahn Enterprises Carl Icahn participates in a panel discussion at the New York Times 2015 DealBook Conference at the Whitney Museum of American Art on November 3, 2015 in New York City.