Can’t hedge funds and corporations just get along?

To say that the relationship between publicly traded companies and the hedge funds that invest in their securities is complex would be an understatement. This often uneasy truce – at times flat-out adversarial – has got quite a bit of attention from the media recently as cases such as Icahn Partners in Time Warner and Blockbuster, Rocker Partners versus Overstock.com, and Pershing Square in McDonald’s and Wendy’s, have been plastered across the headlines. The possibility of being on the

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