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Resources Connection, Inc. close price: 13.35
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Reached: 9 (10.98%)
Total Win: 2.68 (16.14%)
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Dominican Republic arrests 11 in Odebrecht bribery probe
SANTO DOMINGO, May 29 (Reuters) - Prosecutors in the
Dominican Republic arrested 11 people on Monday and are seeking
to charge three lawmakers in connection with $92 million in
bribes the Brazilian construction company Odebrecht admitted
paying to obtain public works contracts.
Tiger Woods Arrested In Connection With DUI Charge In Florida: Reports
Pro golfer Tiger Woods has been arrested on charges of driving while under the influence in Jupiter, Fla., according to multiple reports.
BRIEF-Antibe Therapeutics announces proposed offering of units
Antibe Therapeutics Inc(ATBPF). * Antibe Therapeutics Inc(ATBPF). Announces proposed offering of units. * Antibe Therapeutics Inc(ATBPF) - proposed offering of units for minimum gross proceeds of $3 million and maximum gross proceeds of $5 million. * Antibe Therapeutics Inc (ATBPF) - has filed a preliminary short form prospectus in connection with a proposed marketed offering of units of company.
Charges filed for alleged insider trading off sensitive Medicare news
The Securities and Exchange Commission and the U.S. Attorney's office on Wednesday alleged insider trading in connection with the government's plan to cut Medicare reimbursement rates. The SEC’s complaint alleges that David Blaszczak, a former government employee turned political intelligence consultant, obtained key confidential details about upcoming decisions by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services from his close friend and former colleague at the agency, Christopher Worrall. Blaszczak allegedly tipped two analysts at a hedge fund advisory firm that paid him as a consultant -- Theodore Huber and Jordan Fogel. Blaszczak, Worrall, Huber, and Fogel are each disputing the allegations.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
FBR & Co.'s board OKs special $7.61 dividend
Investment bank FBR & Co. said late Friday its board of directors has declared a special cash dividend of $7.61 per common share. That special dividend is in connection with FBR's merger with B. Riley Financial Inc. , announced in February, and it is contingent upon the closing of the merger. The dividend is payable June 1 to shareholders of record May 30. Shares of FBR were flat in after-hours trading after ending the regular session down 0.6%. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
BRIEF-Restaurant Brands says unit entered indenture in connection with issuance, sale of $1.50 billion of 4.250% first lien senior secured notes
* Restaurant Brands says unit entered indenture in
connection with issuance, sale of $1.50 billion of 4.250% first
lien senior secured notes due 2024
Patriarch of Brazil airline Gol's founding family convicted of homicide
Nene Constantino Oliveira, patriarch of the family that created Brazilian airline Gol, has been found guilty of homicide in connection with the 2001 murder of an activist who led a group of squatters occupying land owned by the family, a court in Brasilia said on Friday. Oliveira, 85, was found guilty of ordering the murder of Marcio Leonardo de Sousa Brito, the court said.
Profit down 27 percent at Buffett's firm on investment gains
Warren Buffett's company reported a 27 percent drop in its first-quarter profit largely because of a big gain it booked last year in connection with two acquisitions.
Exclusive: Austria investigates Airbus CEO over suspected fraud
VIENNA (Reuters) - Airbus was plunged deeper into legal wrangling over past business dealings on Wednesday when Vienna prosecutors announced a fraud investigation into its chief executive in connection with a $2 billion fighter order over a decade ago.
Exclusive: Austrian prosecutors investigate Airbus CEO over suspected fraud
VIENNA (Reuters) - Vienna prosecutors are investigating Airbus Chief Executive Thomas Enders for suspected fraud in connection with a $2 billion Eurofighter jet order by Austria more than a decade ago, the prosecutors' office said.
BRIEF-KCG holdings says Virtu Financial must pay co fee of $45 mln in case of deal termination
* KCG Holdings - in certain circumstances in connection with
termination of deal with Virtu Financial, co must pay virtu
termination fee of $45 million
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Pfizer is latest to get Justice Department subpoena in intravenous saline investigation
Pfizer Inc. has been subpoenaed by the Justice Department as part of an antitrust investigation into intravenous saline sales practices, requests that it is "evaluating," the company said Wednesday. Saline is a salt water solution that's widely used in the medical system. The shortage caught attention in recent years, with manufacturers claiming they just couldn't keep up with demand. Prices rose 200% to 300% since the 2013 shortage, according to a letter sent by four senators to the Federal Trade Commission in late October 2015. Pfizer acquired Hospira, one of three main saline manufacturers, in September 2015. Wednesday's news follows a Tuesday disclosure by ICU Medical , which Pfizer completed a sale of its infusion therapy assets to in early February, that it had been subpoenaed in connection with an investigation. ICU Medical said it has also had a request from the New York Attorney General for information on its IV solution sales practices, and that "both of these investigations relate primarily to time periods prior to the Company's ownership." The subpoena called for "documents regarding the manufacturing, selling, pricing and shortages of intravenous ("IV") solutions, including saline, sold by the Company and communications with competitors regarding the same," ICU Medical said. Pfizer said in a March 16 financial filing that it was being sued in an Illinois district court for allegedly artificially raising prices of IV saline solution, with the lawsuit aiming for class action status. On Friday, another company, Baxter International Inc. , said that one of its employees had received agrand jury subpoena as part of an investigation into its saline sales practices. Pfizer shares slumped 0.6% in Wednesday afternoon trade. Shares have risen 6.2% over the last three months, compared with a 3.3% rise in the S&P 500 . Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Facebook pushes augmented reality with camera-based platform
Facebook Inc. launched a new augmented-reality platform at its annual developer conference, F8, in San Francisco on Tuesday. In a keynote speech, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he no longer viewed glasses and spectacles - such as those created by Alphabet Inc. , Microsoft Corp. and Snap Inc. -- as the first mainstream augmented reality platform. Instead, he believes the cameras on existing smartphones will lead the adoption of augmented reality. Zuckerberg said the technology will be able to read the depth of the room to better recognize and interact with objects in the physical world. This would be a more advanced kind of augmented reality than what is portrayed in the trendy game Pokémon Go. In that game, digital images are placed over objects in the real world, however they have little other connection and interaction with the surrounding world. Facebook also launched AR Studio on Tuesday, which would help consumers and developers build their own objects in augmented reality. Shares of Facebook fell 0.2% to $141.13 in afternoon trade. They've gained more than 10% in the past three months, outperforming the S&P 500 , up 3%. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
SEC freezes accounts behind alleged insider trading in General Communication
The Securities and Exchange Commission said Friday it's received an emergency court order to freeze assets in two brokerage accounts used to reap more than $1 million in alleged insider trading profits in connection with last week's announcement that Liberty Interactive was buying General Communication . The traders, who are currently unknown, allegedly used foreign brokerage accounts in the United Kingdom and Lebanon to purchase call option contracts through U.S.-based brokerages and on U.S.-based exchanges in the days leading up to the April 4 public announcement of the acquisition, the SEC said. According to the SEC’s complaint, some of the risky options positions taken in these accounts represented virtually 100% of the market for those options. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Ruby Tuesday loss widens in Q3, company names new CEO
Shares of Ruby Tuesday Inc. fell late Thursday after the restaurant chain reported a net loss and falling revenue in the fiscal third quarter. Ruby Tuesday said it lost $19.8 million, or 33 cents a share, compared with a loss of $3.1 million, or 5 cents a share, in the third quarter of fiscal 2016. Total revenue fell 16.8% to $225.7 million, which included a net reduction of 105 company-owned restaurants compared with the third quarter of the prior fiscal year. Ruby Tuesday closed 95 restaurants in connection with its reorganization last year. Same-restaurant sales fell 4%, compared with a 3.1% decline in the prior-year quarter. Adjusted for one-time items, the company lost $3.8 million, or 6 cents a share, in the quarter. Ruby Tuesday also said it named James F. Hyatt II its chief executive, effectively immediately. Shares of Ruby Tuesday fell 1.8% late Thursday after ending the regular trading day up 6.9%.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
BRIEF-Autozone authorizes additional stock repurchase
* Autozone inc- board authorized repurchase of an additional
$750 million of company's common stock in connection with its
ongoing share repurchase program
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BRIEF-Continental Building Products announces board appointment
* Continental Building Products Inc - on March 10, board of
co elected Ira Strassberg, in connection with his election
expanded board to 7 members
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Caterpillar Says Compliant with Tax Laws after IRS Claim
Caterpillar Inc said on Friday it was compliant with tax laws, a week after federal law enforcement officials raided three of the company's buildings in connection with a probe into the heavy machinery manufacturer's offshore tax practices.
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