A misleading YaFarm Technologies press release on stem-cell research lands two in hot water and Groupon to cut 1,100 jobs. Find these stories and more in the world of finance in CFO’s roundup…
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The pair controlled virtually all of YaFarm Technologies’ shares and used “false and misleading” press releases to cause the share price to rise.
The online coupon company will take a pre-tax charge of $35 million in connection with eliminating about 1,100 jobs globally.
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