Motorola Shareholder Icahn on Google Deal

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Aug. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Billionaire Carl Icahn talks about Google Inc.’s plan to acquire Motorola Mobility Holdings inc. for $40 a share in cash and Icahn's role as a Motorola stakeholder. The shareholder activist, having invested about $3.05 billion in Motorola Inc. common stock and successfully lobbied the former company to spin off its mobile-phone business, may be close to breaking even on the overall bet, according to regulatory filings. Icahn’s holdings in Motorola Mobility and its sister company, Motorola Systems Inc., may be valued at about $2.9 billion as of today, filings show. (Source: Bloomberg)


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