The industry suffers another tough month and misses the S&P's bounce from June 13 lows.
The company will also auction international assets, another move requested by activist hedge fund Pirate Capital.
The company rejected a $62 bid from Jana as insufficient, but no other suitors have emerged.
The mattress-maker is heavily shorted, but buying back stock and holding up to the competition.
Shares of the medical software maker plummet on a restatement and management shake-up. Delisting may be next.
The House mulls a bill that would authorize the SEC to require the registration of hedge funds.
Harry Arora is creating a new commodity hedge fund, and expects to start with $600 million.
A federal court struck down registration, but politicians still want to rein in the industry.
So far, shareholders aren't crazy about ValueAct's latest ploy.
Pirate Capital wants the company to sell assets and buy back stock -- and possibly sell itself.