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Chief executive officer and portfolio manager of Pershing Square Capital Management, L.P., William A. Ackman posted the following material to his Twitter page:
Here is our second question for @ADP. All $ADP shareholders deserve an answer.
Your vote is important. Vote the GOLD Proxy Card Today. Question:
When ADP owned Dealer Services. It aimed to produce just -50bps of annual margin improvement. When Dealer Services was spun-off as CDK Global (CDK), it promptly identified an opportunity to double margins without negative consequence to CDKs customers, shareholders or other stakeholders. Why was ADP not able to realize this opportunity when it owned CDK?
CDK achieved this improvement by engaging constructively with shareholders, hiring an outside consultant to evaluate its potential, and announcing a transformation plan - why wont
ADP do the same? COK1 Margin Transformation
10:30 AM - 28 Sep 2017
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Bill Ackman @BillAckman 24m Replying to @ADPascending @ADP
Worth a look. CDKs outperformance after ADP is telling.