Chegg’s stock soared almost 25% this morning, after an announcement yesterday that it had found a partner to handle its textbook rental business.
CtW Investment Group said shareholders should withhold support for two directors, citing close ties to the company’s controlling Greenberg family and troubling run-ins with financial regulators.
Because the bank is in the midst of one of its biggest crises since 2008. It isn’t webcasting the event either, prompting one analyst to say that symbolically Citi looks like it is “running and hiding.”
Burly security guards and skittish bankers. “You can’t be here.”
Are we ready to do it again?
The firm founded and run by billionaire Steve Cohen was indicted by a federal grand jury for an alleged insider trading scheme that lasted more than a decade. Cohen himself was not charged.
After the Great Beanie Baby Bubble Burst of 1999, Beanie investors were left with nothing. This is their story.
Who knew these things were the secret to happiness?
Hedge funds are not likely to embrace their impending freedom to advertise and market to the masses. They view exclusivity, discretion, and mystique as superior qualities to attract clients.
Proxy votes are supposed to be secret. But that didn’t stop one proxy advisor from leaking them.
Some early investors are saying a report by financial research firm PrivCo about the money they made from the Yahoo deal is wrong. PrivCo just wants everyone to leave it alone.