Barron's Activist Stocks 10-27-2007

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Each week Barron's has a 13D Filings column. 13Ds are filed when a fund (usually an activist hedge fund) accumulates more than 5% of a firm and is planning on pushing for change (e.g.a sale of the company, sale of certain assets, a share buyback, or a share dividend) to unlock value.

See Hate list below where funds filed 13Ds showing a new decrease in particular positions.

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