Icahn woos Oshkosh shareholders, company pushes back


Nov 29 (Reuters) - Activist investor Carl Icahn urged shareholders of Oshkosh Corp on Thursday to accept his $32.50-per-share bid for any and all outstanding shares of the company before the offer expires on Monday. Oshkosh responded by urging shareholders to ignore the bid, which it called "inadequate and opportunistic." Icahn in October made his latest bid for Oshkosh, which represented a 21 percent premium on the share price prior to his offer. Early this ...

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