ORCHARD PARK — The Jets come to Buffalo on a full tank. After months of the team shedding payroll and veterans, the Jets arrive Sunday for the first game of what promises to be an interesting season, if not a traditionally successful one, against the Bills. Many fans view success this season as tanking and...
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- Jets-Bills: New faces, low expectations on both sides
By Brian Costello - Sunday Sep 10, 2017
- Pro-ADP proxy advice irks Ackman
By Carleton English - Monday Oct 30, 2017
Bill Ackman is not happy with proxy advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services. The hedgie behind Pershing Square said ISS relied on “non-public, inaccurate and misleading information, claims, and arguments” it received from Automatic Data Processing in its mostly pro-ADP recommendations on how shareholders should vote at the payroll processor’s meeting next week. ISS released a...
- Equifax says it had a security breach earlier in the year
By KEN SWEET, AP Business Writer - Tuesday Sep 19, 2017
NEW YORK (AP) — Equifax, under pressure from a massive data breach, says it had a separate incident earlier this year. That may mean even more scrutiny as the company deals with the aftermath of a security failure that exposed the information of 143 million Americans.Meanwhile, the Massachusetts Attorney General has filed suit against Equifax. And Equifax says about 100,000 Canadian consumers may have had their personal information compromised.Here's the latest on the breach:AN EARLIER BREACHEquifax says it had a security breach earlier this year that involved a different part of the company than the one accessed in the larger hack.The breach involved TALX, which is Equifax's human resources and payroll service.
- Beware, Mets fans: Team looks ready to cut payroll in 2018
By Mike Puma - Wednesday Sep 6, 2017
Relevance in 2018 for the Mets will depend largely on the health of their tattered players, but the elephant in the room with this organization is always the payroll. Owners Fred Wilpon and Saul Katz did just enough last offseason to silence criticisms about thriftiness — giving Yoenis Cespedes a four-year contract worth $110 million...