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Most Recent Blog Posts

America’s dying malls weigh on retailers: Once the grand temples to American consumerism, malls are in a decline that seems to have accelerated in 2017.
Fox News harassment controversy gets its very own disclosure: The company admits its news channels' sexual harassment claims could take a toll.
LendingClub and the art of executive pay euphemisms: Explaining executive raises following a controversy that sunk the stock gets awkward.
Will lightening strike twice for Axovant?: A small biopharma company is hoping that its new CEO's recent track record works a second time.
Failed Obamacare Repeal Creates Uncertainty For Corporations: With no clear plan for ending or fixing Obamacare, a growing number of corporations are left guessing: "What's next?"
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Most Recent Red Flag Alerts

MKS Instruments, Inc.: Available to footnoted*Pro subscribers only.
Lockheed Martin Corporation: Available to footnoted*Pro subscribers only.
JetBlue Airways Corporation: Available to footnoted*Pro subscribers only.
Crown Holdings Inc.: Available to footnoted*Pro subscribers only.
RBC Bearings Inc.: Available to footnoted*Pro subscribers only.
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Most Recent Research Reports

Does Twitter deserve points for creativity?: Twitter's use of a new phrase in recent earnings has caught our attention
What to make of FirstEnergy’s latest warning?: A recent arbitration decision hurt the company hard. More serious problems may be on the way.
Valeant Investor Finally Faces Brutal Reality: In the case of Valeant, a major investor paid a heavy price for ignoring the company's endless Red Flags.
Alere And Why Missing 10-K Deadlines Matters: We take a closer look at late filers and why they're late (with XLS spreadsheet included).
DeVry settles big legal cases to focus on its other problems: Frequent footnoted flyer DeVry seems to be undergoing a renaissance of sorts. But can it last?
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