Topic: Reorganization

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Carter’s, Inc.
October 11, 2012—Footnoted's Red Flag Alerts, including this alert about Carter’s, Inc., are available exclusively to footnoted*Pro subscribers. To subscribe, click here.

A buttery departure at Smart Balance…
October 9, 2012—Smart Balance (SMBL) is one of those companies I've followed for a long time because of its ties to my alma mater, Brandeis. As I footnoted in this 2010 post, Smart Balance was actually invented by Brandeis scientists, something that ...

Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc.
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Google Inc.
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Morningstar, Inc.
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Kraft Foods
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Doublespeak at Adobe…
September 28, 2012—It's been over 3 weeks since we've last posted, but we don't want you to think we've been snoozing. There's lots of work to do on the back-end (as anyone who has ever seen their bank go through a merger ...

Washington Post Company (The)
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New York Times Company (The)
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The retirement extras add up at Aaron’s …
August 31, 2012—There's something impressive about a top executive who stays at the helm for 57 years. Charles Loudermilk Sr., the founder of rent-to-own chain Aaron's Inc. (AAN) accomplished that, serving as chief executive from 1955 to 2008 and as executive chairman since then.