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Herbalife Ltd. said its feud with billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman has been more costly than it anticipated, prompting speculation that the company is bracing for potential government investigations. The Los Angeles nutritional products...
Tags: Lawyers, Sales, Carl Icahn, Laws, Marketing
The managers of an Allentown mortgage company told employees to forge pay stubs, employment histories and other documents to secure loans for borrowers to buy real estate that in many cases they could not afford, federal authorities allege. As a result,...
Herbalife Ltd. said it had to scale back plans to repurchase its shares after KPMG resigned in early April as its auditor and withdrew its review of the company's annual financial statements for the last three years. The Los Angeles nutritional products...
Herbalife Ltd. has now notched 17 consecutive quarters in which its profits sailed past Wall Street projections. The Los Angeles nutritional products company told investors Monday that earnings during the first three months of the year climbed nearly...
Herbalife Ltd. is making progress in its search for a new accounting firm, executives said during a conference call with analysts Tuesday. The Los Angeles nutritional products company was forced to hire a new accounting firm after KPMG resigned...
Los Angeles nutritional products company Herbalife Ltd. reported $1.1 billion in first-quarter sales and profit that soundly beat analysts' expectations and its own guidance. The company reported earnings of $118.8 million, or $1.10 a share, up from...
Herbalife would seem to have a lot to talk about with its investors, but you'd never know it from Thursday's annual shareholder meeting in Beverly Hills. It lasted less than 15 minutes. Executives didn't address claims raised by hedge fund manager...
Herbalife Ltd., battling a billionaire investor's bet that its stock will tank, is expected to reassure shareholders at the company's annual meeting Thursday that the Los Angeles nutritional products maker is a strong, healthy, legitimate operation. The...
Federal authorities formally charged a French man with using his mother's expired Air France identification card to get into the cockpit of U.S. Airways jet last month at Philadelphia International Airport Philippe Jeannard, 61, of La Rochelle, France,...
Tags: Boeing Co., Air France-KLM, U.S. Airways, FBI, Prisons
When the casket that was supposed to hold the earthly remains of “Jim Davis” was finally lowered into the ground, the only thing missing was the late Mr. Davis. The coffin had been weighed down to simulate the approximate heft of a corpse....
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The co-owner and president of a closed real estate company that defrauded dozens of residents of new homes and investors in those homes pleaded guilty in Greene County Circuit Court on Tuesday. Scott Dasal’s admissions follow...
Jean Crump made up fabulous fictional deaths. She wasn’t a best-selling author or a fabled storyteller, but a mastermind of an elaborate life insurance scam, federal prosecutors say. For the fictional "Jim Davis," Crump created a bogus death...
Tags: Prisons, Lawyers, Punishment, Police Investigations, Google+
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