Saturday, February 27, 2016

Finance Giant Carl Icahn Talks Investing & Investments, Hostile Takeovers and being an Activist Shareholder

Welcome to MicroCapCompany.com's Video Lecture Series for micro cap companies, small cap companies and start-ups.  This month we are featuring DealBook Conference 2015 lecture on Activist Investing featuring Finance Giant Carl Icahn.  He has taken substantial or controlling positions in various corporations including RJR Nabisco, TWA, Texaco, Phillips Petroleum, Western Union, Gulf & Western, Viacom, Uniroyal, Dan River, Marshall Field's, E-II (Culligan and Samsonite), American Can, USX, Marvel Comics, Revlon, Imclone, Federal-Mogul, Fairmont Hotels, Blockbuster, Kerr-McGee, Time Warner, Netflix, Motorola, and Herbalife.  At MicroCapCompany.com we believe you should learn from people who have done it.  Enjoy.



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-Nick

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About the Author: Nicholas Coriano is a Business Consultant and Planning Guru.  He is a graduate of The University of Connecticut Business School and the John Marshall Law School in Chicago.  He has worked at Merrill Lynch, The New York Stock Exchange and is currently a partner at Cervitude Investor Relations, which specializes in Investor Relations for companies valued under $1 Billion USD.

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