BREAKING NEWS: The corporate raider/shareholder activist is offering to buy out all Lionsgate debtholders for $325 million. The tender offer was made in an e-mailed statement today in which Carl Icahn also stated he does “not advocate a sale of the company in this economic environment”. It’s clear that even though he owns almost 15% of the mini-major, the billionaire investor is putting the squeeze on management for board seats and company control now that talks have broken down.
- NASTY! Icahn Ends Talks With Lionsgate
- Lionsgate And Icahn Talking Board Seats
- Icahn & Rachesky Add To Lionsgate Stakes
- Lionsgate Getting Eaten Alive By Hunters
- Another Update On Icahn vs Lionsgate
- Icahn Interested In MGM, Too?
- Carl Icahn Notifies SEC That He May Add Or Remove Lionsgate Board Members
- Carl Icahn Ups Stake in Lionsgate To 13%
- Carl Icahn Increases Stake Still More In Lionsgate; What It Means…
- Carl Icahn May Be Amassing Bigger Stake In Lionsgate Than Most People Realize
- Icahn Ups Lionsgate Stake; Stock In Freefall After Lousy Quarter
- Michael Burns Loses 1/2 Lionsgate Stake
- Carl Icahn Takes 9% Stake In Lionsgate
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