Icahn Won't Extend Oshkosh (OSK) Offer, 22% Tendered at Expiration
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Carl Icahn says he won't extend his tender offer for Oshkosh (NYSE: OSK). The deal expired with 22 percent of outstanding Oshkosh tendered.
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