Monthly Archives: December 2014

Tengion files for bankruptcy protection

Tengion Inc.’s struggle to stay afloat ended today when the Winston-Salem regenerative-medicine company filed for voluntary Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection. Tengion is best known for the research of Dr. Anthony Atala, its founder, who runs the Wake Forest Institute for … Continue reading

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Revel Backup Buyer Wants Price Cut by $8.4 Million: Bankruptcy

The back-up bidder for Revel AC Inc., now having the right to buy the shuttered Atlantic City, New Jersey, casino, wants the bankruptcy judge to cut the $95.4 million purchase price by $8.4 million in view of alleged improprieties in … Continue reading

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OnDeck and Lending Club: How they differ

OnDeck Capital and Lending Club: Two newly public tech companies that hope to do to banking what Amazon did to publishing. But they differ in important ways. Let us hit the key distinctions: Target audience OnDeck lends to small businesses, … Continue reading

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Cash-strapped American Apparel plans ‘slowdown’ at LA factory

American Apparel, its cash situation worsened by a holiday discounting strategy that fizzled, is planning a slowdown at its Los Angeles factory to conserve funds, The Post has learned. The slowdown could result in “sharply reduced hours and weeks off” … Continue reading

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Apple Analysis Part II: CapFlow, FROIC And Free Cash Flow Yield (AAPL)

Last week I wrote a tutorial for analyzing stocks using free and levered free cash flow. In this article, I introduce three more tools that I use in my work every day as an Analyst and Portfolio Manager. For those … Continue reading

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Bankruptcy filings down in county

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Identity theft victims face months of hassle

SAN FRANCISCO As soon as Mark Kim found out his personal information was compromised in a data breach at Target last year, the 36-year-old tech worker signed up for the retailers free credit monitoring offer so he would be notified … Continue reading

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Nut rage and noodle rage disrupt flights on Asian airliners

The second round of air rage on board an Asian flight occurred after four Chinese tourists, unhappy about not being able to sit together, continued to berate the cabin staff even after alternative seating was arranged. Another passenger uploaded a … Continue reading

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5 Ways Smart Use of Credit Data Can Save Businesses Money

There are an ever-expanding variety of ways in which big data and analytics of all kinds can save and make money for companies in a huge range of industries. But how exactly can seamless and straightforward access to comprehensively credit … Continue reading

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St. Louis Drivers Can Finance a New Car at Just 2.30% APR

Driving in St. Louis requires reliable transportation and is especially important as the weather changes into the cold, winter months. Getting the best interest rate on your auto loan can save you thousands over the life of your loan, and … Continue reading

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