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Matador Resources Company
Liberty Broadband Corporation
Sears Holdings Corporation
Best Buy Co., Inc.
CIT Group Inc.
Chesapeake Energy Corporation
Smith & Wesson Holding Corp.
The 2016 election in the filings
Three weeks after the Presidential election, we’ve started to see a number of disclosures related to anticipated changes, mainly as it relates to so-called Obamacare.
Apple grows its real estate holdings
A disclosure in Apple’s 10-K shows that the company has increased its land holdings by about 50% in the past year.
More hidden disclosures at Yahoo!
Yahoo may not have held a conference call today. But that doesn’t mean it had nothing to say about the Verizon deal.
Quicktake: More churn at Darden Restaurants, Inc.
Recent churn at Darden Restaurants is worth paying closer attention to.
One CFO’s revolving door
Ralph Lauren’s former CFO ends employment at the company today, collecting $2.5m in severance. Next month, he starts at American Eagle.
DeVry: Among the last ones standing
The fallout in the for-profit ed space continues to grow. Will DeVry be able to turn the corner?
Two favorites from the Friday Night Dump
Here’s two filings that caught our attention from the pre-Labor Day Friday Night Dump.
More guessing at Barnes & Noble
Barnes & Noble is at it again: leaving investors to guess what kind of severance its most recent CEO will wind up getting.
Late Q Filers: Who Missed the Aug. Deadline?
We take a look at those companies that were unable to make the latest Q deadline on Aug. 9.
A year too late for Barnes & Noble
In its proxy, Barnes & Noble disclosed for the first time that former CEO Michael Huseby received $15.7 million in severance.
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