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Carl Icahan Hostile Takeover
The news that corporate raider Carl Icahn is amassing shares in Netflix set off immediate speculation that the company is in play.
Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer and vice chairman Michael Burns have received $9 million in bonuses in the wake of the launch of "The Hunger Games," the acquisition of Summit Entertainment and ending…
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After years of wrangling, Lionsgate and Carl Icahn have reached a peace accord, with the billionaire investor selling his 33% stake in the company.
The British Columbia Supreme Court has tossed out Carl Icahn's petition seeking to invalidate Lionsgate's $100 million debt-to-equity swap that reduced Icahn's stake to 33.5% from 38%.
Lionsgate has made it official, announcing that its board of directors has unanimously spurned the latest hostile takeover bid from Carl Icahn.
Carl Icahn has gone back to the barricades with Lionsgate at the end of a 10-day truce with the minimajor and launched another hostile takeover bid.
Lionsgate will include Carl Ichan as a voter in its upcoming shareholder vote on a poison pill that's designed to make it more difficult for Icahn to complete a hostile takeover of the minimajor.
Lionsgate's reportedly pulling the plug on its efforts to buy MGM, leaving only Time Warner Inc. and Access Industries as bidders for the beleagurered studio.