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Icahn Enterprises LP (IEP.O)

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Icahn discloses U.S. probe into sale of Manitowoc shares: filing

BOSTON Federal prosecutors in Manhattan asked billionaire investor Carl Icahn's company for information about trades in crane maker Manitowoc, Icahn Enterprises disclosed in a regulatory filing on Thursday, in its first acknowledgement of such a probe.

Icahn discloses U.S. probe into sale of Manitowoc shares - filing

BOSTON, May 3 Federal prosecutors in Manhattan asked billionaire investor Carl Icahn's company for information about trades in crane maker Manitowoc, Icahn Enterprises disclosed in a regulatory filing on Thursday, in its first acknowledgement of such a probe.

Caesars bows to Icahn demands on board, sale still eyed

U.S. casino operator Caesars Entertainment Corp has struck a deal with investor Carl Icahn that appoints three new directors to its board, although the billionaire hedge fund manager continues to press for a sale of the company.

UPDATE 1-Caesars bows to Icahn demands on board, sale still eyed

March 1 U.S. casino operator Caesars Entertainment Corp has struck a deal with investor Carl Icahn that appoints three new directors to its board, although the billionaire hedge fund manager continues to press for a sale of the company.

Icahn to lobby Caesars Entertainment management for sale: WSJ

Activist investor Carl Icahn plans to push management of casino operator Caesars Entertainment Corp to sell the company after it received at least two offers, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing people it said were familiar with the matter.

Icahn to lobby Caesars Entertainment management for sale -WSJ

Feb 14 Activist investor Carl Icahn plans to push management of casino operator Caesars Entertainment Corp to sell the company after it received at least two offers, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing people it said were familiar with the matter.

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