Stoicism required

22 February 2011 By Richard Beales

Seneca Capital, with a 12 pct stake, led a revolt against managers eager to sell the U.S. power company, first to Blackstone then to Carl Icahn. Now the CEO and CFO are quitting and the board is going too. The hedge fund must now fill the void and effectively run the company.

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