That CNBC news reporter interviewing Ichan should be fired for disrespecting Carl
He kept interrupting Carl as he was speaking and siding with Ackman, and forcing Carl to answer a personal question of whether he was long Herbalife. No one should go through that kind of discussion on air, when Carl's sole purpose on air was defending his reputation against Ackman.
I was lucky enough to be watching CNBC when this happened (with my jaw dropped). I don't think that reporter should be fired, but he did sort of take Ackman's side when it came to pushing for Icahn's position with HLF--but he let Icahn say what he wanted to say. Kind of like that moderator "helping" Obama in the third debate.
Scott did ok . I think he comes down on the side of Ackman but believe me Carl is a tough guy and he could care less about any of these guys. he is playing a blood game to win. All the staff can jump up and down and do the ACK ATTACK cheer it is not going to work. Ackman put together a long presentation but the premise was completely wrong and I bought the day he said it.
Did you watch it? I did not get that at all. I have no personal like or dislike for either person but based on what I heard Ichan was the person not being very professional. I am not saying he was right or wrong but I thought CNBC host did a great job.
The reporter kept telling Carl to hold back his profanity. Heck, I would be #$%$ off too if this little school boy Ackman came out and started to accuse me of bad things on CNBC, one of the largest tv networks in North America, while Carl has a larger net worth than Ackman.