Apple chief executive Tim Cook is scheduled to meet with shareholder activist Carl Icahn on Monday in New York City, according to a report.
On Thursday, CNBC reporter David Faber said he had confirmed the meeting will take place. Last month, Icahn tweeted that he planned to meet Cook for dinner to discuss Apple's stock buyback plans.
"That planned meal, which no longer may be a meal, will take place on Monday," Faber says.
Yes, you read that correctly. According to Faber, Icahn is more of a "late-night kinda guy" who "likes to have a couple of martinis with dinner." And Cook, Faber discovered, is "more of an early morning guy."
Last month, Icahn revealed that he had taken a large stake in Apple. And although the company announced a record stock buyback program earlier this year, Icahn would like to see it increased even more.