The activist investor is trying to hang a “For Sale” sign on Netflix after he bought stock and options equal to 9.98% of the company. “It would be the mother of all auctions” if Netflix put itself in play, he says. The company’s effort to block Icahn or anyone from making a hostile move shows that the board is “not accountable to anybody.” Might he buy? That’s “crossed my mind.”
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