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Herbalife Ltd (HLF)

HLF on New York Consolidated

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2 Dec 2016
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Wed, Nov 16 2016

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Icahn says Herbalife is undervalued, business can create jobs

NEW YORK Carl Icahn, the activist investor who owns over $1.2 billion worth of Herbalife shares, said the stock is cheap, especially now that the cloud of a government investigation has lifted, and that the company will create a lot of jobs.

REUTERS SUMMIT-Icahn says Herbalife is undervalued, business can create jobs

NEW YORK, Nov 16 Carl Icahn, the activist investor who owns over $1.2 billion worth of Herbalife shares, said the stock is cheap, especially now that the cloud of a government investigation has lifted, and that the company will create a lot of jobs.

BRIEF-Carl Icahn reports 24.18 pct stake in Herbalife

* Carl Icahn reports 24.18 pct stake in Herbalife Ltd as of Nov 8 versus previous stake of 23.05 percent - SEC filing Source text - (http://bit.ly/2fx1CP9) Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Carl Icahn reports 23.05 pct stake in Herbalife as of Nov. 3

* Carl Icahn reports 23.05 percent stake in herbalife ltd as of november 3 - sec filing

Icahn raises stake in Herbalife

Activist investor Carl Icahn has raised his stake in Herbalife Ltd to 23.1 percent as of Nov. 3, according to a regulatory filing on Thursday.

Icahn raises stake in Herbalife

Nov 3 Activist investor Carl Icahn has raised his stake in Herbalife Ltd to 23.1 percent as of Nov. 3, according to a regulatory filing on Thursday.

Herbalife CEO to step down next year, COO to take over

Herbalife Ltd Chief Executive Michael Johnson will step down next year, capping a tumultuous 13-year tenure that was marked by a bitter fight with activist investor William Ackman.

UPDATE 2-Herbalife CEO to step down next year, COO to take over

Nov 1 Herbalife Ltd Chief Executive Michael Johnson will step down next year, capping a tumultuous 13-year tenure that was marked by a bitter fight with activist investor William Ackman.

BRIEF-Herbalife's new CEO Richard Goudis will receive annual salary of $1 mln - SEC filing

* Herbalife - new CEO Goudis will receive an annual salary of $1 million, will be eligible for annual bonus targeted at 120 pct of annual salary - SEC filing Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: ;))

BRIEF-Herbalife says Richard Goudis to succeed Michael Johnson as CEO

* Herbalife Ltd - COO Richard Goudis to succeed Johnson as CEO

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