NEW YORK (Reuters Breakingviews) - Activist investors deployed a record $62 billion campaigning for corporate change in 2017, according to Lazard – more than double the amount a year earlier. They’ll still be at it this year, and among possible targets could be Wells Fargo and Under Armour, according to two informal Breakingviews polls on Tuesday.
* Under Armour mulls exiting smaller sports categories such
as tennis and fishing; co-founder Kip Fulks takes sabbatical -
WSJ, citing sources
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