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    2. Southwest Gas Board of Directors Unanimously Rejects Carl Icahn's Revised Unsolicited Tender Offer

      Southwest Gas Board of Directors Unanimously Rejects Carl Icahn's Revised Unsolicited Tender Offer
      Southwest Gas Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: SWX) (the "Company") today announced that its Board of Directors, (the "Board") following a thorough review with the assistance of its financial and legal advisors, has unanimously determined that the revised tender offer from an affiliate ofCarl Icahn("Mr. Icahn") to acquire any and all outstanding common shares of the Company...
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    1. We believe that if an offer is made for a company, it should be the decision of the shareholders – not the board – to decide whether that offer is worth accepting.
      In Activist Investor Icahn Ensures PayPal Primed for Takeover
    2. I am still concerned that one day you'll see a break like you had a few weeks ago.
      In Carl Icahn Predicts Major Stock Market Correction in 3 to 5 Years
    3. This is a great outcome for Hertz and its shareholders and I thank the Hertz board for taking this important step in putting the company back on track.
      In Hertz Adds Icahn-Backed Candidates to its Board
    4. Could the fact that Family Dollar's CEO, Howard Levine, has a future role in a Dollar Tree/Family Dollar merger have anything to do with it?
      In Carl Icahn: Family Dollar Board too Loyal to CEO
    5. Listen, (Levine's) father started the company, and he thinks it's his.
      In Carl Icahn: Family Dollar Board too Loyal to CEO
    6. It annoys me that they're using me now as sort of an excuse for them not doing something with Dollar General a long time ago.
      In Carl Icahn: Family Dollar Board too Loyal to CEO
    7. True corporate democracy does not exist in America and as a result many unfit chief executives are not held accountable. Poison pills and other board tricks disenfranchise stockholders. As a result entrenched chief executives and boards of directors may be protected even if they are ineffective.
      In Carl Icahn Attacks Companies That Protect 'Unfit' Chief Executives
    8. I believe that the kind of shareholder activism that Icahn Enterprises practices has been extremely successful because we seek to bring true corporate democracy to the companies we are involved with through exercising our rights as shareholders to hold chief executives accountable and change unproductive management that needs to be changed.
      In Carl Icahn Attacks Companies That Protect 'Unfit' Chief Executives
    9. I certainly, shall we say, don't seek love from a lot of people. I can understand him saying that, and maybe I do have a fighting gene, but I think it's very important for our society today that you have guys like me.
      In Boards shouldn’t be country clubs: Icahn
    10. The only difference is that I think that this is a terrifying situation for our economy and our future.
      In Boards shouldn’t be country clubs: Icahn
  3. Quotes about Carl Icahn

    1. Today it has become so common, really ubiquitous throughout global markets. Back at the time 1999, when there were the Carl Icahn's of the world, but Relational may have been structured as the first pure-play activism fund.
      In Ancora's Chadwick On Working with Activist Pioneer Whitworth
    2. If you are Carl Icahn or another activist you will wait until the right time to make your investment.
      In Icahn, Activists Eye New Possibilities Following Market Plunge
    3. The question I have is, Which Carl Icahn do we see in this role? Icahn the activist, or Icahn the businessman, advocating for the business community?
      In Icahn Regulatory Role Gives Activist Investors Strong Washington voice