Activist Stocks: Citrix, Maxwell Tech, Full Circle, Manitowoc by Stock Pucker

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This Week In Activism Vol. 18

News

  • Marcato Capital got a win at Sotheby’s by getting permission to review the redacted parts of the 2014 settlement between Third Point and Sotheby’s
  • Sabra Capital and Ronald Chez have teamed up to take on Cinedigm, penning a handful of letters. Sabra has been wrong on its Cinedigm, losing out big so far.
  • Wynnefield thinks that MusclePharm has more liquidity issues than it’s letting on.
  • Marathon Partners got two members on the Shutterfly board.
  • RDG Capital convinced TravelCenters to do a sale-leaseback.
  • GAMCO got three directors on the Pep Boys board as part of a settlement.

New campaigns

  • Elliott Associates is back at it in the tech/IT/software/cloud space, calling for a split of Citrix and noting there’s massive upside of 40%+ to $100 a share.
  • Vertex Capital has filed a couple new campaigns, one of which is Maxwell Tech with a 5.1% stake and the other is at Numerex.
  • Bulldog Investors is active at Full Circle.
  • Glenview Capital is now active Manitowoc with a 7.1% stake, joining Carl Icahn.

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Until next week—stockpucker

Activist Stocks: Citrix, Maxwell Tech, Full Circle, Manitowoc