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Online Socializing Beneficial for Teens

Good news for parents worried about all that time their teens spend online: It turns out that that time isn’t a waste-and can be beneficial, according to a new study. The MacArthur Foundation-long known for its generous funding of public television-reports that young people pick up key skills by participating in digital media. “It might … Continue Reading

Child Obesity a Sign of Heart Disease

Children who are obese or who have high cholesterol also show early signs of heart disease, according to a new study. Results of the study were unveiled at a recent American Heart Association conference. The study, conducted by researchers from the University of Missouri Kansas City School of Medicine, has not yet been published. The … Continue Reading

To Bundle or Not to Bundle: Public Company Strategies in Packaging Corrective Disclosures in Press Releases

This post was written by Michael Coffino and Marc Goldich. The press release is an efficient and effective way to provide new or updated information about the operations, business and financial performance of public companies, especially during periods between formal public filings, such as 10Qs and 10Ks.  Where there have been recent, material developments, companies may … Continue Reading
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