Ackman: I Think I Would Work With Icahn

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May 5 (Bloomberg) -- Bill Ackman, who runs the $15 billion Pershing Square Capital Management LP, comments on shareholder activism and Carl Icahn. He speaks with Stephanie Ruhle on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

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The different approaches to a strategy.

There are a lot of opportunities to create values in corporate america.

There is a lot of insufficiency in the way it is delegated here it is some directors are not paying as much attention as they should.

Carl and i have different approaches to strategies.

There is a lot of confusion in the market.

What they talked about is how short a resume -- about how shorter activism is bad.

We believe there is some very construction or -- very constructive long-term shareholder action.

We think it is very healthy for the markets.

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That activity is healthy for the market.

Are you working on anything together?

I think i would.

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