science4sail wrote:Does anyone know the full context for this? Beyond my couple of blue chips, I haven't really been paying attention to market news.
Irving Kahn, along with his brothers Alan and Thomas, founded Kahn Brothers & Company Inc. in 1978. At 105 years of age, Kahn still goes to the office every day to be involved in the management of the firm’s $800 million in assets. As a follower of Ben Graham, he evaluates stocks from the bottom up, buying undervalued stocks that are typically also out of favor.
Slapshot wrote:I happened to flip on CNBC right when this was going on. Actually stopped what I was doing and sat down and watched/listened. Icahn's profanity was to the point that I wasn't sure that he realized he was on live TV. The host had to remind him a couple of times. Talk about bad blood. What idiots these guys are! No class whatsoever, particularly Icahn. Money sure doesn't equal class.
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