Topic: Friday Night Dump— 728 items —
Two favorites from the Friday Night Dump
September 6, 2016—Here's two filings that caught our attention from the pre-Labor Day Friday Night Dump.
Yahoo gets defensive on compensation
May 2, 2016—A late Friday filing by Yahoo attempts to explain -- over and over -- why compensation was so high in 2015.
Warning signals in Yelp’s 10-K
May 1, 2015—On March 2, we put out a Pro report based on Yelp's 10K. That report is now available here for free.
From $1 to $675K for new LA Times chief!
August 18, 2014—When the LA Times named a new publisher and CEO last week, it was widely noted that he once took a $1 salary. Not anymore.
Proxy madness: mystery fees at Google
April 7, 2014—New disclosures in Google's proxy caught our attention and created a bit of a mystery on exactly what the company is paying for.
Safeway visits the Friday night dump
February 24, 2014—Grocery chain Safeway filed an interesting 8-K late Friday, changing the way it approaches severance benefits for top executives.
Flying at Starbucks: which number is it?
January 29, 2014—A disclosure in Starbucks' proxy about CEO Howard Schultz' personal use of a plane raises questions about the truthiness of these disclosures at other companies.
Groupon’s Friday Night Dump blooper
December 16, 2013—A late Friday filing by Groupon disclosed a pretty big oops that apparently took nearly a year to find.
The return of the mini-tender?
November 8, 2013—Mini-tender offers, often at a price below what the stock is trading for, used to be a lot more popular back when current stock prices were harder to find.
Meritor’s ex-CEO makes out by “departing”
June 11, 2013—Getting canned stings a bit less for the ex-CEO when it comes with a $1.3 million paycheck for the next 3 years. Plus, much more!