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Facebook pulls a three-card monte
Facebook tweaked its forward-looking statements when it released earnings earlier today to reflect some of the recent controversy it has been facing.
A Friday Night Dump from Community Health
A late Friday filing caught our attention for what it didn't say: why the CEO is paid the same even though the stock has dropped 90%.
Live tweeting the Friday Night Dump
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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?"
2016 was the year of autonomous vehicles
The number of companies making disclosures about self-driving cars and trucks has exploded since the start of 2016.
Election results have gun makers feeling blue
Gun manufacturers disclosing slower sales under President Trump