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After years of fighting for profitability, fending off Nasdaq delistings and losing market share to competition, Deerfield-based Cosi seems no closer to a happy ending. The fast-casual restaurant chain's chief executive, Carin Stutz, has stepped down,...
Contra Costa TimesSafeway Inc. has struck an agreement to sell its Canada operations for $5.68 billion in cash in a mega-deal that provides the supermarket giant with a lake of money. After taxes and expenses, Safeway is expected to harvest $3.92 billion from the sale,...
SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg, grilled by shareholders unhappy about the slumping stock price, took pains to defend the company he founded. With the stock trading nearly 37% below its offer price of $38,...
Itasca-based inflight Wi-Fi provider Gogo dusted off its plans to go public on Monday, saying it is seeking to raise between $165 million and $187 million in an initial public offering. Gogo, which as of the end of April had its WiFi system installed...
San Jose Mercury NewsZynga Inc. announced its second round of layoffs in less than a year Monday, with the latest round of reductions slicing 520 employees as the social-gaming pioneer attempts to control its poor financial picture. Zynga said Monday that it would cut...
NEW YORK — Nasdaq OMX Group will pay $10 million for botching Facebook's initial public stock offering last year, a debacle that shook investors' confidence in Wall Street. Nasdaq's penalty would be the biggest ever paid by an exchange, said the...
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NEW YORK -- Exchange operator Nasdaq OMX Group says it has put new safeguards in place in the year since it botched Facebook's initial public stock offering. As the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission was announcing that Nasdaq had agreed to pay a...
NEW YORK -- The Nasdaq OMX Group will pay $10 million for botching Facebook's initial public offering last year, a debacle that shook investors' confidence in Wall Street. Nasdaq's penalty would be the biggest ever paid by an exchange, said the U.S....
Stephen Wilson, chief executive of CF Industries Holdings, ranked 22nd in the Chicago Tribune's annual survey of CEO pay. But add the value of stock options he exercised in 2012 and his compensation put him at the top of the list by a wide margin. Wilson...
The typical venture capital success story goes like this: Investor backs startup. Startup grows rapidly and either goes public, gets acquired or licenses its technology. Investor collects a healthy return. GrubHub and Seamless' plan to merge their...
Shares of drug-testing firm Quintiles Transnational Holdings Inc. soared nearly 10% in Thursday trading, marking another strong debut for initial public offerings in a buoyant stock market. Quintiles was up $3.80, or 9.5%, to $43.80 in midday trading...
VarietyWith private-equity money backing CAA and WME, itâs no surprise that both agencies are the subject of IPO rumors. But while the U.S. economyâs slow recovery from the 2008 financial crisis is among factors that have increased investorsâ appetites,...
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