Going for the bonanza

24 January 2018 By Lauren Silva Laughlin

The $690 mln energy company is dropping the controversial, shareholder-unfriendly wolf-pack clause it used to try to defend a now-ditched merger. But it’s not yielding much on the activist’s other demands. That may prompt Icahn to target more than just poison pills and directors.

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