Brazilian private equity powerhouse 3G Capital, Pershing Square's Bill Ackman and Warren Buffett have made about $14 billion on the revival of Burger King.
You can't keep an Ack Man down!
Billionaire investors appear to see good times ahead with a fellow billionaire in the White House. Warren Buffett, Carl Icahn, David Einhorn, Dan Loeb and Bill Ackman have been making some major investment moves in recent months, as revealed in regulatory filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission this week. Video provided by TheStreet
The Passion of Bill Ackman continues.
Irene Rosenfeld is already sick of hearing about "Oreo-flavored burritos."
With returns such as these... ... it is hardly a surprise that Bill Ackman would be leery of disclosing any new positions or stakes he may have taken recently. And indeed, while in recent years Ackman is far better known for the "publicity"...Show More Summary
Pershing Square Capital Management and nine other investment firms have agreed to settle “pay-to-play” charges with the SEC, agreeing to pay fines that totaled more than $660,000. Bill Ackman’s hedge fund agreed to pay $75,000. In the...Show More Summary
Following a disappointing year for Bill Ackman, in which his Pershing Square returned -13.5% (although it has at least started off 2017 on the right foot, up 1.9% YTD), moments ago Ackman got some bad and some good news. The bad news...Show More Summary
The Securities and Exchange Commission has fined ten investment firms for violating pay-to-play rules. Bill Ackman's Pershing Square Capital Management is among them, and has agreed to pay $75,000, the SEC said Tuesday. Here's what happened,...Show More Summary
The fine is weak sauce, but the embarrassment lingers like an itchy scar.
He can't take it with him...but neither will Bill.
The Ack Man ain't hating on The New Year... yet.
Billionaire investor Edward Lampert just took a play from Billionaire investor Bill Ackman's playbook. Lampert is averaging down and pumping more money into Sears Holding Corp ($SHLD), which has been a lousy investment... so far.
It was the best of times: The FTC called Herbalife a pyramid scheme without actually […]
Some bad personal news for Bill Acks.
The Ack Man got his Chipotle board seats.
Chipotle announced Friday that it has added four new people to its board of directors. The move is a play to satisfy activist investor and billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman, whose Pershing Square Capital took a 9.9% stake in the company this September.