Navistar settles with Icahn, Rachesky
Oct 8 (Reuters) - Navistar International Corp agreed to appoint three new members to its board, preventing a proxy fight with activist investors Carl Icahn and Mark Rachesky.
The U.S. truck and engine maker said Vincent Intrieri, an Icahn nominee, and Rachesky have been named to the board.
A third director will be designated and mutually agreed upon by Rachesky and Icahn.
Icahn and Rachesky each own a 14.94 percent stake in the company, tying them as its second-largest investors.
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