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Investors are right to question management’s judgment regarding a $2.1 billion share repurchase ahead of reporting a disastrous quarter.
Engineering firm is paying more and getting less than it originally estimated.
Mattress maker’s liabilities are artificially low due to an inflated discounted rate.
Oral care firm has now lost $1.1 billion since going public as ex-U.S. Senator abruptly resigns from Board of Directors.
Video conferencing platform dangles more equity as employees head for the exits following share price plunge.
Commercial vehicle battery pack maker also confirms its founder launched a new company that is now purchasing from Romeo.
Thirty days after posting its 2020 results, the health insurer blamed an accounting error for boosting its annual loss 48.9%.
Related party transactions create the perception of a conflict of interest.
Firm may pay steep price as it tries to rebound from SEC charges of accounting fraud.
Grocery chain is understating its lease liability by $197 million and changing how it calculates net income.
Latest 10-Q reveals related party transactions not disclosed in the electric vehicle designer’s 10-K.
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