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    1. Bill Ackman Just \Took a $200 Million Hit to His Reputation

      Bill Ackman Just \Took a $200 Million Hit to His Reputation
      • Billionaire investor Bill Ackman and his firm Pershing Square, along with Valeant Pharmaceuticals, will pay just under $300 million to settle an insider-trading suit over their attempt to buy pharmaceutical firm Allergan in 2014.
      • Ackman will pay the lion's share, contrary to a previous agreement he struck with Valeant.
      • This is yet another in a series of missteps that have been tarnishing Ackman's reputation since he partnered with Valeant...
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    2. Literally Everyone Should be Thinking About Suing Equifax

      Literally Everyone Should be Thinking About Suing Equifax

      Everyone should be thinking about suing Equifax, and I mean everyone — the government, its shareholders, and its customers.

      Equifax, a credit-checking company that holds sensitive data belonging to over 140 million, didn't just have one of the worst security breaches in American history, it also handled the situation like a drunk teenager trying to hide the aftermath of particularly destructive house party...

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      Mentions: SEC CFO Equifax
    3. Hedge Fund Billionaire Bill Ackman Provides a Perfect Example of How The Rich Get Richer

      Hedge Fund Billionaire Bill Ackman Provides a Perfect Example of How The Rich Get Richer

      There's a great piece in the Wall Street Journal about how Wall Street's masters of the universe invest their own personal money through family offices, and how that can sometimes raise eyebrows across the industry.

      It's not hard to see why family offices can be a problem. Big time investors are supposed to be putting their clients' interests first, and the WSJ argues that if they're investing for themselves, they might get distracted from their work...

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    4. A Big Ugly Sex-Discrimination Suit is Coming to the Company Where America Buys its Engagement Rings

      A Big Ugly Sex-Discrimination Suit is Coming to the Company Where America Buys its Engagement Rings

      Since 2008, a dozen women employed by Signet Jewelers — which owns Zales, Kay Jewelers, and Jared's Galleria — have been suing the company. They're alleging sexual discrimination at the highest levels.

      The matter, once argued in contractually mandated private arbitration proceedings, has now evolved into a class-action lawsuit, with the trial beginning next month...

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