Activist investor Carl Icahn is calling for the resignation of two directors at shale producer SandRidge Energy and pressing the company to put an end to a poison-pill tactic designed to prevent shareholders from amassing more than 10% of its stock. Icahn, SandRidge's largest shareholder with a 13.5% stake, last month led a successful campaign to make the company scrap its $746 million acquisition of rival Bonanza Creek Energy.
Icahn seeks corporate reshuffle at SandRidge Energy
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