The Economist explains: How activist shareholders turned from villains into heroes

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The Economist explains: How activist shareholders turned from villains into heroes
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The Economist explains: How activist shareholders turned from villains into heroes (via The Economist)

SHAREHOLDER activists such as Carl Icahn (pictured) used to be seen as capitalist villains, known as “corporate raiders” and “greenmailers”. Now even the head of the Securities and Exchange Commission, America’s main markets watchdog, says they have…

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