Apple’s 5th Stock Split; Dow Regroups (plus 3 agreements)

Five is a charm – for the Apple. The iconic tech company’s stock split for the fifth time in its history today providing shareholders with four shares for every one share they owned. “Investors received four shares for every one share held, resulting in its stock price being quartered — from about $500 last week … Read more

McDonald’s Sues Former CEO (with 5 Agreements)

McDonald’s Corporation is asking for an extra large order of severance to be paid back. The burger joint giant announced that it is suing former CEO Steve Easterbrook for the $40 million he was paid after being let go last year because of a relationship with a staff member which violated company policy. After Esterbrook … Read more

TikTok Time Crunch with Three Acquisition Agreements

If you are a TikTok user, your time to upload just one more video of your dog may be running out. Increased tensions between the United States and China, along with growing concern over privacy issues, have led President Trump to announce that he may be banning the application as soon as August 1st via … Read more

Why You Should Hire Fidelity Creditor Service

Collection during the age of COVID-19 may sound like wishful thinking – does the “new normal” mean that as a business owner, you may never get paid for Service rendered? According to Gary Davis, Manager of Fidelity Creditor Service, this is an excellent time to consider retaining a top tier collection agency. “Keep in mind, … Read more

Ninth Circuit Remands State Torts Against Fossil Fuel Companies back to Lower Courts

Fossil-fuel companies may have had the high pollutant wind knocked out of them for the time being, having been dealt another blow in the Federal courts as a number lawsuits filed by cities and counties in California were remanded to the state courts. Here is a refresher: In 2017, three California cities (Marin, San Mateo, … Read more

Johnson & Johnson To Halt Baby Powder Talc Sales in US and Canada

It’s the end of an era for Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder – the talc powder with a fragrance successfully branded to be equated with a well-cared for infant will no longer be sold in the United States and Canada. While the New Jersey based corporation attributed the decision to changes in consumer habits, years … Read more

Spaulding Out, Wilson In, for NBA Partnership Agreement

Move over Spalding, the ball is back in Wilson’s court. Puns aside, the Wilson Sports Company is resuming it’s relationship with the NBA for the 2021-2022 season. The Wilson partnership dates back to 1946 and remained in place for 37 years until replaced by Spalding in 1983. “This partnership with Wilson returns us to our … Read more