|Master limited partnership|
|Traded as||NASDAQ: IEP|
|Predecessor||American Real Estate Partners L.P.|
|Headquarters||767 Fifth Avenue, New York City, New York, United States|
|Carl Icahn (Chairman)|
|Revenue||US$14.604 billion (2015)|
|US$1.386 billion (2015)|
|US$2.127 billion (2015)|
|Total assets||US$36.442 billion (2015)|
|Owner||Carl Icahn (89.012%)|
Number of employees
Icahn Enterprises L.P. is an American conglomerate company headquartered at the General Motors Building in New York City, New York. The company has investments in various industries including auto parts, energy, metals, rail cars, casinos, food packaging, real estate and home fashion. The company is currently controlled by investor Carl Icahn.
The Sands Casino Hotel and several adjacent lots were purchased for $274.8 million by Pinnacle Entertainment in November 2006.
On April 23, 2007 it was announced that American Casino & Entertainment Properties was being sold to Whitehall Street Real Estate Funds, an affiliate of Goldman Sachs, for $1.3 billion. The sale is subject to approval of the Nevada Gaming Commission and the Nevada State Gaming Control Board.
In February 2016, Icahn Enterprises purchased Trump Entertainment Resorts out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy, acquiring the Trump Taj Mahal resort casino in Atlantic City, N.J. Shortly thereafter, an agreement was announced for the Taj Mahal to be managed by another Icahn affiliate, Tropicana Entertainment. Icahn also stated he would withhold a planned $100-million investment into the property if New Jersey approved casinos in the northern region of the state.
On August 3, 2016, it was announced that the Trump Taj Mahal would be shut down permanently on October 10, 2016.
Carl Icahn is the majority shareholder with a 89.012% personal stake in Icahn Enterprises L.P.
Subsidiaries and interests
- American Railcar Industries
- Bayswater Development
- CVR Energy
- Fontainebleau Resort Las Vegas
- Pep Boys
- PSC Metals
- Tropicana Entertainment (68% stake)
- Trump Entertainment Resorts - last resort under Trump Entertainment closed October 2016.
- WestPoint Home
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