Bill Ackman needs to hide away and think, so the PSQ office needs to be 18% quieter.
By 2019, he might be paying you to manage your money.
This one's gotta sting...
When others short Bill Ackman, he goes long!
Bill Ackman announced that he would buy back shares of Pershing Square Holdings, a publicly traded version of his hedge fund.
Billionaire investor Bill Ackman and his firm Pershing Square, along with Valeant Pharmaceuticals, will pay just under $300 million to settle an insider-trading suit over their attempt to buy pharmaceutical firm Allergan in 2014. Ackman...Show More Summary
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The insider trading case against Pershing Square founder Bill Ackman and Valeant Pharmaceuticals may go to trial. Investors in Allergan Pharmaceuticals are suing Ackman and Valeant over their hostile takeover of the company in 2014. There...Show More Summary
Bill Ackman's Pershing Square Holdings has tumbled by some 30% since the end of 2014, a period in which the U.S. stock market has returned more than 30%.
Chipotle's "outstanding," "visionary" leader has taken his leave.
There’s a ton of value to unlock in Pershing Square Holdings if you just sell all of those holdings.
He really thought he was gonna win this time.
Just kidding. But he does want fewer proxies for people to not vote on.
How badly did the Ack-Man need this inevitable piece of news?
The activist investor’s credibility could be at stake after losing a bid for three seats on the payroll processor’s board — which compounds bad news for his holdings in the last few years.
Billionaire hedge-fund manager Bill Ackman lost his bid to get three of his own candidates on the board of ADP, the human-resources company. The vote came after a three-month testy back-and-forth between the activist investor and ADP. Ackman...Show More Summary
The best thing that can happen to an investment nowadays is for Bill Ackman to be wrong about it.