Tag Archives: Form 10-K

Corporations Giving Board Seats to Activist Investors, Says WSJ

In fights with dissidents, corporations are giving corporate board seats to the insurgents as long as management appointees get to keep their seats, says the Wall Street Journal($). Why are we writing about it?  Because two of the examples are … Continue reading

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Facebook To Make Use Of Its Risk Factor Relating To Cybersecurity Weaknesses

Cross-posted from That’s Not Market and based on a news story from last week: On Friday afternoon, Facebook announced that hackers had their way with some employee laptops. It said none of its users’ data was compromised, and that the attack … Continue reading

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Starboard Value Nudges Office Depot To Create Some Shareholder Value. In Totally Unrelated News, Office Depot to Merge With OfficeMax.

On September 18, 2012, we reported that Starboard Value was having a shredding party with Office Depot (ODP), announcing it owned over 13% of its shares and telling them how to run their business.  ODP closed at $2.59/share that day.  … Continue reading

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It Is Kinda Like Those Movies Where Carrot Top or Adam Sandler Wind Up Owning or Running a Large Public Company, Except In This Case, The Company Is Small. Very, Very Small.

Have you ever seen a situation and said to yourself, “I just don’t get it.”  This brings us to B-Maven, Inc., which just filed its Form 10-K.  Considering this company just recently “went public” on purpose, reading this thing is … Continue reading

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