Chris Rief

Pfizer To Pay $486M To Settle Lawsuit Over Celebrex, Bextra

Pharma giant Pfizer has agreed to pay $486 million to close the books on a decade-long class-action securities lawsuit related to two of the company’s pain relievers, Celebrex and Bextra. [More]

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Investor Tipsheet Warns Kay Jewelers Parent That More Trouble Could Be Coming

Signet Jewelers isn’t a household name, but you’re probably familiar with its brands if you watch TV: the British company owns the chains Kay Jewelers, Zales, and Jared, along with Piercing Pagoda and some regional brands. Today, a report from an influential investors’ tipsheet led to a drop in Signet’s stock price… though possible problems that would be dire for investors would benefit consumers in the long run. [More]

Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Accusing Herbalife Of Running A Pyramid Scheme

Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Accusing Herbalife Of Running A Pyramid Scheme

After two years of accusations calling Herbalife a pyramid scheme, the company has won the dismissal of a lawsuit against it alleging it was set up to only enrich those few at the top of its multi-level marketing business.

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Did Dave Carroll's Broken Guitar Videos Cost United $180 Million?

Did Dave Carroll's Broken Guitar Videos Cost United $180 Million?

The Times of London claims that public relations fallout from Dave Carroll’s catchy videos panning United Airlines for breaking his beloved $3500 Taylor guitar and then denying his damage claim may have cost the airline’s shareholders up to $180 million.