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With their billions of dollars and their business savvy, activist investors Carl Icahn and Bill Ackman have the ability to move markets with the flick of a wrist. But what happens when they run into the one thing in business they can't control: each other?
This fast-paced book tells the story of the clash of these two titans over Herbalife, a nutritional supplement company whose business model Ackman questioned. Icahn decided to vouch for them, and the dispute became a years-long feud, complete with secret backroom deals, public accusations, billions of dollars in stock trades, and one dramatic insult war on live television. Wapner, who hosted that memorable TV show, has gained unprecedented access to all the players and unravels this remarkable war of egos, showing the extreme measures the participants were willing to take.
When the Wolves Bite is both a rollicking, entertaining listen - a great business story of money and power and pride.
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By Anonymous User on 06-03-18
Great Story But Glitches
I have to admit I listened to this book in one day. It was truly interesting and gives great insight to the power players on Wall Street. As a general rule I don’t like the authors to read the book but in this case Me. Wagner did well. My issue is that there were multiple times the audio would jump or skip. For instance, when discussing the RJR Nabisco take over, the author (this is paraphrasing) says that it was the story told in .....then nothing. The book is Den of Thieves but it was either erased or there was a glitch. This happened multiple times and was quite annoying. But it is a great story and I enjoyed it immensely
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By Twal on 08-07-18
Why you shouldn't invest in Hedge Funds
I thoroughly enjoyed this audio book. I was surprised by the amount of ego that drove the decisions that were made by both sides. These Masters of the universe are suppose to be experienced businessmen who you would assume would use logic to invests their clients money. The amount of client money lost in this war would have done much better in a S&P 500 index fund. .