In which we learn that there's a fine line between filling an office with queso and accidentally rigging a market.
Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt has told a group of senators he never made any promises to billionaire investor Carl Icahn about renewable fuel credits that were costing one … Click to Continue »
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Investor Carl Icahn never wielded excessive influence on U.S. biofuels policy while acting as President Donald Trump's adviser on regulation, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency said in a letter to a Democratic Senator Sheldon Whitehouse.
Call it the "bearish billionaire" curse. One month ago, MarketWatch penned "7 billionaires who are worried about a stock-market correction" which listed Carl Icahn, David Tepper, Howard Marks, George Soros, Jeff Gundlach, Warren Buffett...Show More Summary
Patrick Radden Keefe and Jeffrey Toobin discuss what Carl Icahn’s time as a Presidential adviser says about Trump’s relationship with Wall Street.
STALLED PROGRESS: Buy A Stalled Las Vegas Hotel Development Project For $148M. Flip It For $600M, Making A $450M Profit Based Upon The Confidence Of 'BUILD IT AND THE CONSUMERS WILL COME STALLED (Mass) PROGRESS: After 50 Years Of Following...Show More Summary
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A US senator is calling on the FBI to investigate billionaire investor Carl Icahn. Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) is calling on the investigations agency to look into whether Icahn violated federal anti-corruption law by attempting to...Show More Summary
A Democratic U.S. Senator urged the FBI to launch a criminal probe of billionaire investor Carl Icahn.
Carl Icahn's $600 million sale of the unfinished Fontainebleau caps two decades of Las Vegas deals that has seen the billionaire make a fortune while others like Goldman Sachs suffered.
It's almost as if the man is impervious to shame.
Carl Icahn has had a crummy few days. Last week, he resigned as special adviser to President Donald Trump just before The New Yorker published an article detailing how the billionaire investor used... To view the full story, click the title link.
Authored by Kevin Muir via The Macro Tourist blog, I know all the cool kids like to quote Nassim Taleb and give dire warnings about the coming collapse of risk assets, but I must have too many years of playing Dungeons & Dragons because I just can’t seem to join their club. Show More Summary
Coal magnate Robert Murray has just joined Wall Street billionaire Carl Icahn in an exclusive club -- wealthy backers of President Donald Trump who tried and failed to get lucrative concessions from his administration. Murray, CEO of Murray Energy, one of the nation's biggest and most politically active coal miners, complained in an Aug. Show More Summary
Rachel Maddow explains how Donald Trump's Special Adviser on Regulator Reform oversaw a part of the market that ultimately benefited him to the tune of...
With the simple turn of a single federal regulatory dial, billionaire investor Carl Icahn stood to pocket millions...
Vengeance before country.
One week after Herbalife stock tumbled following concerns of yet another Chinese crackdown on multi-level marketing scheme, Carl Icahn has struck again, squeezing his nemesis Bill Ackman who continues to be short the name, after Herbalife...Show More Summary
Paul Singer upstages Warren Buffett; Goldman looking for commodities traders who can actually make money; Carl Icahn's DC misadventures; seriously, don't look at your phone while driving; and more.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn, who resigned as President Donald Trump’s special adviser on regulations on Friday, did so just three days before The New Yorker magazine published a critical article that detailed his potential conflict of interest and questioned whether he had acted illegally.