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May 18, 2016

Better Markets Wall Street Journal Mention: Corporate Excuses Abound in Tough Times

“The flower-delivery service had a downbeat outlook for the holiday because it fell on a Sunday, a problematic day of the week, Chief Executive Robert Apatoff told investors during a March 10 conference call. Consumers are more likely to buy flowers in person on a Sunday, reducing FTD’s online orders.”

 

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“The events that companies highlight need not be material to the business, said Dennis Kelleher, president of Better Markets, which advocates for financial industry reform.”

 

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Read the full Wall Street Journal article by Richard Teitelbaum here.

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