David Einhorn Gave Out iPods At His Annual Investor Dinner

David Einhorn

At his annual investor dinner, David Einhorn sent guests home with a nice toy: a new iPod Nano.

Someone who was at the soiree also told Dealbreaker Dan Loeb was in attendance and that the Greenlight CEO’s presentation was “was witty and well thought-out as always,” with the Q&A portion of the evening taking “forever.”

Guests would have also been smiling about Apple products in general; the company announced monster earnings yesterday, with details including its shipment of over 7 million iPads.

Einhorn is heavily invested in the tech giant – his ~837,500 share stake amounts to 0.09% of the company and is worth about $237.6 million.

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