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    2. MoviePass Shareholders Approve 2 Measures to Keep the Company From Being Kicked off its Stock Exchange

      MoviePass Shareholders Approve 2 Measures to Keep the Company From Being Kicked off its Stock Exchange
      Helios Matheson investors which own 92% of MoviePass approved two measures designed to help the company avoid delisting on Monday. Shareholders approved the possibility of issuing 4.5 billion new shares, as well as a possible reverse stock split. The stock has fallen dramatically in the past year, and now trades 99% off its high record high near $40...
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    3. Women Board Director Appointments Hit Record High

      Women Board Director Appointments Hit Record High
      CHICAGO, July 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- In a significant shift from the previous year, women have made substantial progress in the boardroom, according to a new report from Heidrick Struggles (Nasdaq: HSII), a premier provider of executive search, leadership assessment and development, organization and team effectiveness, and culture shaping services globally...
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    4. MoviePass' Parent Company Has Flooded its Investors With a 3,000% Increase in New Shares

      MoviePass' Parent Company Has Flooded its Investors With a 3,000% Increase in New Shares
      The share price of Helios Matheson, the parent company of MoviePass, has plunged in recent months amid ongoing losses at the subscription movie service. But something else is weighing down the stock price the more than 3,000% increase just since August in the number of the company's shares. That dilution is set to only get worse, as the company is seeking authorization to issue even more shares...
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    5. What do companies really have to reveal when a CEO is ousted?

      What do companies really have to reveal when a CEO is ousted?
      Barnes Noble's announcement on Tuesday that its CEO, Demos Parneros, was being terminated, gave investors some important information: He would not get a severance. His firing was not related to "any potential fraud." He had violated a company policy and would no longer be a company director.
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