Investopedia: Should Oshkosh Investors Take Icahn's Money And Run?
Well-known investor Carl Icahn has been agitating for various changes at specialty commercial and defense truck manufacturer Oshkosh (NYSE:OSK)
for some time now. On October 10, 2012 Mr. Icahn ratcheted things up a
notch - making an offer to the company's board to take the company
private for $32.50 per share in cash. Should investors push the board to
cash out, or should they hope that the board rebuffs Icahn and
continues on as an independent publicly-traded company?