Carl Icahn announced on his Twitter Wednesday that he’s sold his last Netflix shares.
Icahn Enterprises, which owned about 1.4 million Netflix shares at the end of 2015’s first quarter, made the move after Netflix announced approval of a 7-for-1 stock split, according to CNBC.
Per the publication:
CNBC reported, too, that Netflix stocks dipped slightly after Icahn’s message on the social media service.
Here’s Icahn’s Twitter message announcing the decision:
Netflix has expanded in recent years becoming not only a streaming service for television and film, but also a developer of new movies and TV shows.
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