Herbalife headquarters in L.A.

Herbalife says it plans to buy back shares, a sign that management thinks the stock is undervalued. The company is in the midst of a fight with activist hedge-fund manager William Ackman.
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( Patrick Fallon, Bloomberg / January 10, 2013 )

Herbalife says it plans to buy back shares, a sign that management thinks the stock is undervalued. The company is in the midst of a fight with activist hedge-fund manager William Ackman.

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