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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.”



“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.”




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



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