Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank: Icahn, Loeb, Ackman Don’t Know How To Run Companies In Every Industry

In an interview with Bloomberg's Stephanie Ruhle (@SRuhle), Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE:DB) (FRA:DBK)'s Head of Global Investment Banking Coverage & Advisory Co-head of Americas Corporate Finance Paul Stefanick said he and CEOs are 'very concerned' about activists and he feels short-term activism isn't helpful, "Corporations deserve a lot of credit for knowing how to run their businesses.  Activism that just is really short-term in orientation -- show up, rattle your saber, hope for a short-term pop in the share price, that’s really . . .


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