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April 24, 2014
06:34 EDTHLFHerbalife says ABC report raises questions Ackman should answer
Herbalife issued a statement regarding a recent report from ABC News. The company said, "ABC News has revealed new information regarding Bill Ackman’s, Founder and CEO of Pershing Square Capital, unprecedented $1 billion campaign to manipulate Herbalife’s stock to the detriment of Herbalife’s shareholders, customers and employees. Mr. Ackman’s campaign, part of which was uncovered by ABC News, is losing its credibility with each passing day. The previously unreported information includes confirmation that Mr. Ackman has spent more than $20 million to date on his campaign...The ABC News story raises a number of important questions that Mr. Ackman should answer fully and honestly: How has Mr. Ackman spent the $20 million? Who else has Mr. Ackman or his team of agents and consultants made payments to, directly or indirectly, or made future contingency payment offers to? Did Mr. Ackman disclose his financial inducement with these individuals when lobbying state and federal regulators and lawmakers?...Additionally, as noted in the ABC News report, Herbalife is explicit with its members that “products are not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease or medical condition, and under no circumstances should there be any statements, advertising or implications to the contrary...Enforcement of the rules of conduct is a top priority at Herbalife, and we investigate and take all claims seriously. The Company has a compliance team of more than 300 people worldwide that monitors members’ activity and enforce Herbalife's rules."
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August 13, 2014
14:04 EDTHLFAckman will continue Herbalife short position as needed, Bloomberg reports
Bill Ackman's hedge-fund Pershing Square said most of the Herbalife contracts it holds will expire next year and that it will extend their terms by "paying additional premiums if it is necessary to do so," according to Bloomberg, citing Ackman's quarterly letter to investors. In the letter, Ackman said that the cost of holding a short position in options of Herbalife has dropped "substantially" after the company canceled its dividend, the report noted. Reference Link
11:21 EDTHLFAckman says Herbalife may be unable to refinance 2016 credit, Bloomberg reports
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August 8, 2014
16:46 EDTHLFCapital Research reports 10.1% passive stake in Herbalife
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August 6, 2014
11:31 EDTHLFHerbalife makes fresh 52-week low, levels to watch
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11:17 EDTHLFHerbalife volatility elevated as shares pullback to one-year low
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06:02 EDTHLFStocks with implied volatility below IV index mean; HLF CMG
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