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Hedge Fund Activism and Long-Term Firm Value

November 24, 2015 Hedge Fund Activism and Long-Term Firm Value           A November 2015 article, Hedge Fund Activism and Long-Term Firm Value, by K.J. Martijn Cremers, Erasmo Giambona, Simone M. Sepe, and Ye Wang, is a very impressive econometric study … Continue reading

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Shareholder Activism Gone Mainstream

Corporate Governance Update: The Mainstream Shareholder Activism in 2013 David A. Katz and Laura A. McIntosh David A. Katz is a partner at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz. Laura A. McIntosh is a consulting attorney for the firm. The views … Continue reading

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Hedge Fund Activism

The following is commentary written by Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Kratz regarding Harvard professor Lucian Bebchuk’s article on shareholder-centric corporate governance.    Essentially Bebchuk loves all shareholder activism and believes empirical evidence proves his point.  WLRK argue this is not … Continue reading

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Important Questions About Activist Hedge Funds

The following was written by WLRK and  is re-posted here with permission. March 8, 2013 Important Questions About Activist Hedge Funds           In what can only be considered a form of extortion, activist hedge funds are preying on American corporations to … Continue reading

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