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June 2, 2014
06:23 EDTCLX, IEP, DFIcahn calls insider trading report 'irresponsible,' Bloomberg says
Activist investor Carl Icahn of Icahn Enterprises (IEP) said he’s not aware of any probe involving him and professional golfer Phil Mickelson having to do with trades related to Clorox (CLX) and Dean Foods (DF), and called the Wall Street Journal's report “completely irresponsible," according to Bloomberg, citing comments from Icahn. Icahn said, “I never purchased or have been involved in any way with Dean Foods. While I have obviously heard of Phil Mickelson, I have never spoken to him or met him.” Reference Link
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May 20, 2015
14:48 EDTDFDean Foods CEO says milk prices should stay 'pretty benign'
Gregg Tanner is speaking on CNBC.
May 15, 2015
10:03 EDTIEPLyft raises added $150M, led by $100M from Icahn Enterprises
Lyft, a ridesharing start-up, announced that it has raised an additional $150M, led by an investment of $100M from Icahn Enterprises, the diversified holding company controlled by Carl Icahn. As part of the investment, one of Icahn's managing directors, Jonathan Christodoro, will join Lyft's board. Icahn said: "We are very happy to be investing in Lyft. I believe that ridesharing is poised to become a fundamental component of our transportation infrastructure. The Company's revenue growth to date has been extremely compelling, and increasing urbanization over the next 5 to 10 years should enable the Company to maintain that trajectory."
08:36 EDTCLXClorox chairman Donald Knauss to retire July 1
Clorox announced that executive chairman Donald Knauss has decided to retire from the company and the board. The company and the board have accepted his resignation, effective July 1. The board of directors also has appointed George Harad as independent chair of the board, effective July 1. Matschullat will become chair of the nominating and governance committee, effective immediately, and Jeffrey Noddle will become chair of the management development and compensation committee, effective July 1.

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