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    1. Unicorns Aren't That Rare Anymore, and Shareholders are Demanding More Control

      Unicorns Aren't That Rare Anymore, and Shareholders are Demanding More Control

      More and more unicorns are galloping toward the stock exchanges, and it isn't always a smooth ride. Short-term volatility may be typical, as Lyft ( LYFT shareholders learned last week in the stock's first full week of trading. But there are deeper tensions beneath the surface, and their implications for investors are coming more clearly into focus...

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    2. Breaking Up eBay: How an Activist Investor's Plan Could Work

      Breaking Up eBay: How an Activist Investor's Plan Could Work

      Is it time to break up eBay? One activist investor thinks so. Elliott Management, which acquired a 4% stake in the e-commerce marketplace, submitted a lengthy proposal on how to split up the company into three parts. In a letter, Elliott proposed spinning out the online ticket seller StubHub into a new company that, by their analysis, would be worth between $3.5 billion and $4.5 billion...

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    3. Could Jeff Bezos' Divorce Impact Amazon Shares?

      Could Jeff Bezos' Divorce Impact Amazon Shares?

      It's not every day that the world's richest person gets divorced. Amazon ( AMZN ) investors didn't seem too perturbed by news that Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and wife Mackenzie Bezos plan to split , which was announced via tweet on Wednesday. Despite widespread coverage of the news and speculation about what it might mean for Amazon, Amazon shares have not moved significantly since the announcement...

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    4. Elon Musk's Antics Raise the Question: Should CEOs Even Be on Twitter?

      Elon Musk's Antics Raise the Question: Should CEOs Even Be on Twitter?

      Anyone -- including CEOs -- can tweet, but that doesn't mean everyone should . On Thursday, Tesla ( TSLA ) CEO Elon Musk again made headlines for questionable use of his widely-followed Twitter account when he posted a tweet seeming to insult the SEC , just days after he reached a settlement with the agency over fraud allegations...

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      Mentions: Twitter Tesla Fraud
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