Blog Post Archive
Is Warren Buffett trying to prop up oil?
So far this year, Berkshire Hathaway has filed eight Form 4s on Phillips 66, compared with 3 Form 4s for all of 2015.
SEC filings in 2015: a look back
More than 662,000 filings were made to the SEC in 2015, which is actually a slight decline from 2014.
The cost of security at Facebook
A series of comment letters between Facebook and the SEC raise some interesting questions about personal security for CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Drowning in adjusted EBITDA!
The number of times that "adjusted EBITDA" pops up in SEC filings has grown dramatically over the past few years.
New title, old salary at Ralph Lauren
Two days after announcing a new CEO, Ralph Lauren filed the 8-K that provided lots of interesting details.
Lithia Motors’ Emperor for Life
Lithia's founder and former CEO inked a pretty sweet transition agreement yesterday -- one that pays him 50% more than before.
Being vice is still the best job in business!
Ten years later, being Vice Chairman is still the best job in business.
And now: the game changer bonus
Reynolds American has come up with our new favorite name for a bonus: the game-changer.
Will Hertz’ former CEO wind up having to clawback?
Hertz blamed its former CEO for creating a pressurized environment at the company that led to overly aggressive accounting.
A very good thing for Martha Stewart!
Investors may be disappointed, but Martha Stewart is doing very well in the deal to sell to Sequential.