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Board Seats for Franchisees: Democratic Paradigm: McDonald’s shareholders will vote on a proposal to give franchisees a seat on its corporate board of directors at their annual meeting in May. See ‘McD’s must let investors vote on proposal to give franchisees a board seat.’ (Crain’s) Could similar, more inclusive, proposals use preferred shares ...
Global Sustainable Investment Up 25%: The Global Sustainable Investment Alliance (GSIA) released its biennial Global Sustainable Investment Review 2016, showing that global sustainable investment assets reached $22.89 trillion at the start of 2016, a 25% increase from 2014. Sustainable investment encompasses the following activities ...
#WeAreTwitter Record Date Approaches: #WeAreTwitter Record Date March 30? #WeAreTwitter Record Date Approximately March 30, 2017 Thousands have been part of a #WeAreTwitter, #BuyTwitter, #platformcoop campaign to ensure Twitter remains and advances as “the people’s news network.” At the annual meeting in May, Twitter shareholders w...
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Lanier v. Bats Exch. Inc.: Appellate Court Upholds SRO’s Motion to Dismiss: This is one of two posts discussing Lanier v. Bats Exch. Inc., 838 F.3d 139  (2d Cir. 2016). This post will specifically cover the breach of contract claims. The second post covers subject matter jurisdiction. In Lanier v. Bats Exch. Inc., 2d Cir., No. 15-1683 (2d Cir. Sep. 23, 2016), the United ...
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California Denies Fitbit’s Motion to Dismiss Investors’ Exchange Act Violation Claims: This post is one of two posts discussing Fitbit’s allegedly false marketing claims regarding its heart rate monitoring devices. This post will specifically focus on claims made under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (“Exchange Act”). The other post covers claims made under the Securities Act o...
Moreno v. Deutsche Bank: Employees Sufficiently Plead Claims for Breach of Fiduciary Duty and Prohibited Transactions: In Moreno v. Deutsche Bank Am.s Holding Corp., No. 15 Civ. 9936 (LGS), 2016 BL 342731 (S.D.N.Y. Oct. 13, 2016), the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York denied in part and granted in part defendants’ motion to dismiss plaintiffs’ amended class action complaint agains...
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2016 was the year of autonomous vehicles: The day most people use autonomous vehicles to zip around likely remains many years in the future. But 2016 saw the public profile of self-driving cars and trucks start to crescendo amid high-profile tests that offered a taste of a robotic future. Beyond just hype, this frenzy of activity forced ...
Election results have gun makers feeling blue: The unexpected results of the presidential election delivered good news and bad news for the gun industry. In the months leading up to the November election, it seems gun owners clearly thought Hillary Clinton would win. As a result, they were driving up sales of firearms, a common occurrence whe...
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Episode 761: The Bank War: A populist president versus the most powerful banker in America.(Image credit: Museum of American Finance, NYC)
Episode 760: Tax Hero: One professor had a way to make filing taxes easy and painless. It worked. People loved it. But then a big tax lobby heard about it...(Image credit: sorbetto/Getty Images)
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Trump SEC Pick Jay Clayton Connected to Mysterious Firm: Jay Clayton, Donald Trump's choice to head the SEC, is slated to appear before the Senate Banking Committee Thursday. In that hearing, he may be asked about some pointed questions about his personal holdings.Clayton is already an unusual choice, given that he's slated to be a primary regulator of...
Notes From the House Select Intelligence Hearing on Russia: The hearing on Russia's involvement with the American electoral process began with an army of reporters swarming 'round the committee heads: Republican chair Devin Nunes of the Fresno area, and Democrat and ranking member Adam Schiff of Los Angeles.The two witnesses were top dogs from the "IC" (e...
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SEC committee passes resolution on tagging: The SEC's Investor Advisory Committee passed a set of resolutions encouraging tagging of corporate filings. 
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Watching oil price after the OPEC meeting: by chum on June 2, 2016 . Update or Close Your Trade Bought 3X Oil bull ETF GUSH on 5/17/16. Trade Details: The Ticker: GUSH The Trade: Buy at $75.99 Trade Opened: Jun 2, 2016 Chart courtesy Finviz. Click to open in larger window.Additional Image Provided by chum: Similar Tra...
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Investor group takes SASB to task for its "misdefinition" of materiality: The Investor Environmental Health Network sent a letter to the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board on Wednesday to provide feedback on the SASB Conceptual Framework as well as comments submitted by SASB to the Securities and Exchange Commission earlier in the week.The IEHN letter notes th...
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Proxy Access: A New Version for 2013: Update: This is a revised version of an earlier post this month. I’ve deleted that post because I don’t want anyone to mistakenly use the prior draft language. I’m hoping this language is a little tighter but always welcome reader suggestions. Last month I hoped ISS would reconsider their analysi...
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The June 2015 passing company lists and performance data is now available on-line.: YTD Return of Top Performers: Foolish Small Cap 8: 43.0 -- Foolish Small Cap 8 Revised: 34.9%
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Does Regulation Drive High Closing Costs?: The transaction costs of moving from one city to another have long inhibited the efficiency of labor markets. In times of high unemployment, these costs can slow recovery. To what extent are they attributable to government fees and regulation? Investment News reports that origination and title co...
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