Bill Ackman has made some jaw-dropping mistakes.

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Seeking Alpha

Time For Bill Ackman To Stand Down On His War Against Herbalife

It's time for Bill Ackman to tell us what he actually has against Herbalife.
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Canada Free Press

Cronyism Kills Capitalism

His bet turned out bad, yet he has continued his war on the company that has extended from 2012 to today.
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Clash Daily

DRAIN THE SWAMP: Can We Start With THIS Billionaire Crony Capitalist?

The ongoing saga between Pershing Square Billionaire Bill Ackman and the company Herbalife will be a great example of which way the wind is blowing for crony capitalists.
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iPatriot

Class Warfare – Short Sales, Herbalife and Billionaire Justice

Billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman of Pershing Square Capital Management, L.P. decided to short sell Herbalife Ltd (NYSE: HLF) beginning sometime in December of 2012.
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DealBreaker

Brits Not Exactly Queuing Up For A Piece Of Bill Ackman

Bill ackman beachThe year 2016 was a rough one for Bill Ackman, and 2017—occasional bright spots notwithstanding—isn’t shaping up much better.
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The New York Times

Apologies. Really. And I Will Definitely Grow Up.

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Fortune

The Siege of Herbalife

Hedge fund titan Bill Ackman has been on a nearly three-year quest to bring down the $5 billion-in-revenue nutrition giant. Call it destructive activism. But worth asking: Do short-sellers make good regulators?
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The Washington Times

BILL ACKMAN PIONEERS NEW VARIETY OF UNFAIR TRADING

The SEC, Herballife and Congress intersect
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His Strategies Cost Investors Millions

Many have criticized Bill Ackman’s imprudent investment strategy, noting, “To take that big a bet for your fund and your investors, I think it’s foolish,” and, “He’s failed to follow the No. 1 rule of investing: cut your losses.”
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Liberty Unyielding

Hedge Fund Sabotage for Profit

In an episode of the hit NBC sitcom “Seinfeld,” Kramer made a bet at an airport that a Pittsburgh flight would be delayed. Coincidentally, his rowdy friend Jerry was on that plane and held up the takeoff. Unfortunately for Kramer, Earl — his counterpart in the deal — caught on. He took back ...
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Motley Fool

Bill Ackman’s 3 Worst Bets

Hedge fund manager Bill Ackman is one of more controversial figures on Wall Street. The head of the $12 billion Pershing Square Capital Management fund has gained the ire of several peers, including Carl Icahn and Dan Loeb, and was even called "despicable" by Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz.
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Bloomberg

Ackman Takes Another Blow

Valeant Pharmaceuticals' 47 percent plunge Tuesday means it's a rough day for a lot of hedge funds. But for Bill Ackman, what will be harder than reversing those stomach-churning losses is trying to repair the damage done to his reputation as an investor.
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William "Bill" Ackman, founder and chief executive officer of Pershing Square Capital Management LP, speaks during a television interview at the Robin Hood Investors Conference in New York, U.S., on Friday, Nov. 22, 2013. The activist investor said he will take his Herbalife Ltd. bet to the end of the earth even as losing as much as $500 million on the investment. Photographer: Peter Foley/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Townhall

Cronyism in the “Short Sale” Market

In the classic 1976 movie “Network,” there is a famous scene where a character played by the late Peter Finch shouts, “I’m mad as hell and I’m not gonna take it anymore!” I feel that same sentiment is growing throughout America, as the cost of our debt and regulatory state has ...
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