Tuesday, CNBC hosted Carl Icahn who announced he would NOT be selling Chesapeake Energy. As the second largest natural gas producer in the country, Chesapeake Energy has been growing steadily and quickly. But with the recent price fixing scandal, former pollution charges and other questionable business practices have left the gas giant on unpopular ground. Still, Icahn sees tremendous potential in what he claims is a largely underestimated corporation. The news of Icahn's retention of the company was well received by investors. Chesapeake Energy is trading up 2.32% at 19.81 on an average volume of 29.76 million shares.
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