Oshkosh advises shareholders to take no action on Icahn offer
(Reuters) - Truck maker Oshkosh Corp (OSK.N) advised its shareholders on Thursday to take no action related to activist investor Carl Icahn's offer to buy all outstanding shares in the company for $32.50 each.
The company said it would advise shareholders of its position on Icahn's offer 10 business days after the offer became official.
(Reporting By Scott Malone; editing by John Wallace)
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