Carl Icahn

A judge's ruling that MetLife Inc is not "too big to fail" opens up an opportunity for insurer American International Group Inc to seek an exemption from the tag, AIG Chief Executive Peter Hancock

American International Group Inc said it would spin off its mortgage insurance unit, cut jobs and sell its broker-dealer network as part of a sweeping overhaul promised to shareholders to fend off

Activist investor Carl Icahn said he may propose adding a new director to American International Group's board, saying Peter Hancock, AIG's chief executive, was unlikely to "sincerely consider" his suggestion to split the company into three.
Alternative Thinking on All-You-Can-Eat Bread Sticks, Congressional Pitchforks, the Global Oil Rout, Cargill’s Hedge Fund Exit, and Carl Icahn’s American Apocalypse…
EBay Inc., the world’s biggest online marketplace, said it would split off its payments arm PayPal, finally bowing to pressure from activist shareholder Carl Icahn after nine months.