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  1. SearchDay | Social Community: Free Pancakes Anyone?

    Starbucks, Ben European Head Out Posted by Nathania Johnson Dec 1, 2008 Carl Icahn has increased his investment in Yahoo by purchasing nearly 7 million shares. While some may see this as a sign of "Carl in Charge," I .

  2. Eric Jackson to Yahoo: I Can Quit You, and I Did

    Jackson did approve of the Yahoo-Icahn agreement that expanded Yahoo's board by 3 members, including Carl Icahn, it apparently was not enough. Jackson leads a group 146 shareholders that owned a collective 3.2 million Yahoo shares.

  3. Yahoo and Carl Icahn Agree to Settlement

    Yahoo has announced that it has forged an agreement with Carl Icahn. Carl Icahn will become a board member, and then 2 more will be added from a list of 9 that Icahn will supply. Icahn owns an aggregate of 68,786,320 shares, or 4.98% of Yahoo!

  4. Legg Mason Continues Support Yahoo's Current Board

    However, Legg Mason did advise Yahoo and Carl Icahn to bury the hatchet by the time of the meeting. Icahn has submitted a proxy board to replace the current board and has been in talks with Microsoft for a deal should his board win.

  5. SearchDay: What Can TV Learn from Search?

    Google CEO Affirms Stance on Independent Yahoo Posted by Nathania Johnson Jul 11, 2008 In the wake of Carl Icahn's declaration that Microsoft would buy a Yahoo run be a different board (and Microsoft's affirmation of the claim), Google CEO Eric...

  6. Yahoo Confirms Icahn Proxy Fight

    Yahoo has confirmed that billionaire investor Carl Icahn has initiated a proxy fight via an open letter to Yahoo's board of directors notifying them of his intention to replace the existing board with his own slate of directors.

  7. When Carl Talked to Barry: Sources Say Time Warner Investor Carl Icahn Has Had Conversations with IAC/InterActive (Ask Jeeves) CEO Barry Diller

    that legenday investor Carl Icahn (controls about 3.1% of outstanding TW shares) and who is preparing to wage a proxy fight for control of the TW Board of Directors has had conversations with IAC/InterActive president, Barry Diller.