“Billionaire activist Carl Icahn, who has been making headlines with his epic battle with Apple Inc., might have another one on his hands – this time with his banker friends,” Jennifer Ablan reports for Reuters.

“In an interview with FOX Business Network on Tuesday, Icahn called for the reinstatement of the Glass-Steagall Act, which separated investment banks and commercial banks,” Ablan reports. “Icahn, who rarely comments on the nation’s banks, was referring to the Depression-era law, which was repealed in the late 1990s.”

“Of course, Icahn had kind words to say about Apple,” Ablan reports. “Icahn told FOX: ‘I’m not going anywhere. I’m not leaving. I haven’t sold one share, nor do I intend to. I think Apple is one of the cheapest stocks around and I’ve said that – Tim Cook and I agree on that. It’s very undervalued.'”

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “David E.” for the heads up.]