Tag: 8Ks

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ONEOK, Inc.
July 22, 2011—

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SuccessFactors, Inc.
July 22, 2011—

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Lots of eye candy in Abercrombie PowerPoint…
April 8, 2011—Here at footnoted, we spend most of our time reading SEC filings — lots and lots of SEC filings. And while there are certainly plenty of interesting tidbits buried in those filings, most filings tend to be pretty dull affairs visually speaking. So imagine our surprise when we came across this PowerPoint presentation that Abercrombie […]

Japan in the filings…
March 17, 2011—I’ve just returned from the annual South by Southwest conference (or South by as most people in Austin call it), where I was on an interesting panel on the future of XBRL and got marketed to by every company (and their distant cousins). Despite the circus-like atmosphere — CNN had its own pop-up restaurant called […]

“Advance America,” or “Advance Executives”…?
February 23, 2011—The New York Times published an article yesterday which reported that – for the first time in 15 years – more bank branches closed last year than opened. The troubling part is that a disproportionate number of those closures happened in poor areas, while a disproportionate number of new branches opened in wealthy areas. Sources […]

Egypt in the filings…
February 18, 2011—Every day for the past 3-1/2 weeks, the events — and images — coming out of Egypt have been captivating the world’s attention. But it’s only been more recently that the situation has begun to filter into SEC filings. In its earnings release yesterday, Apache Corp. (APA) actually took the unusual step of wishing the […]

Want a copy of our 2011 M&A picks?
January 21, 2011—As footnoted regulars know, we often engage in a parlor game called “guess the next M&A” target. One of our recent successes was our prediction — all the way back in March 2009 — that Jo-Ann Stores (JAS) would be taken over. At the time, the company was trading at just over $14. When the […]

Apple and the art of the 8-K
January 18, 2011—You might have heard over the long holiday weekend this little story about a well-known tech company executive taking a leave of absence from his high-powered job to deal with lingering health issues. Though the news about Apple (AAPL) CEO Steve Jobs was released early in the morning on a day when both the markets […]

Snowed in at the SEC…
January 6, 2011—There’s usually a time in late February — invariably on a Friday — when the folks here at footnoted begin to wonder what the hell we’re doing as we stare at several hundred filings in our inbox. Just like the little Dutch Boy, we often feel as if we’re trying to plug the hole in […]

Ignoring Berkshire Hathaway at MetLife…
December 20, 2010—Measuring up against the competition is always tough, especially when there’s someone in the field that never seems to slip up too badly. MetLife (MET) found a way around the problem recently: It just chose to ignore the star. We found the bit of fancy footwork (worthy of its dancing mascot, Snoopy) in an 8-K […]