Dec 10 (Reuters) - A Securities and Exchange Commission accounting-fraud task force is scrutinizing companies' use of their own tailor-made performance measures, the Wall Street Journal reported.
This is a WSJ headline; it was also announced on CNBC. The formal announcement will be out at 6:00 PM Eastern tiime, in a few minutes. LINK . Ray
CEO Kathleen Mason is fired. She subsequently filed a complaint that she was discriminated against due to having cancer. See a WSJ article on the topic here . September 1st, 2012 -- Brady Churches becomes CEO. March Complete Story »
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The Bus vs. the Private Jet Yesterday, The Wall Street Journal ’s Spencer Jakab reminded me of a wager that I had forgotten: the performance of the S&P 500 against that of five hedge funds
Dec 10 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal . Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Dry-bulk shippers Eagle Bulk Shipping ( EGLE ) and Genco ( GNK ) reportedly have enlisted restructuring advisers after key creditors sold large blocks of debt to distressed investors amid balance sheet concerns. EGLE -8.4% AH after falling 7.5% in regular trading, while GNK +6.8% AH after ...
General Motors ( GM +2.3% ) is an outlier to the upside in the auto sector today - hitting a new 52-week high amid a WSJ report, the Treasury could exit the rest of its stake (31.1M shares) as soon as this week. North America boss Mark Reuss
By David Wolf : The Wall Street Journal has lit up the net with an article proclaiming that the ink is drying on a deal between Apple ( AAPL ) and China Mobile ( CHL