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Do you know any respectable people with money in shell companies in Mauritius and Panama? I don't.
Christopher Byron's on vacation. His column will return next week.
Using the old shell stock switcheroo, Allen & Co. cook up what amounts to a sneaky IPO for the infomercial giant.
The man who brought Channel One into the nation's schools is trying again, with an IPO that redefines the concept of a 'going concern.'
Say what you want about the queen of white-bread living -- at least her company makes money.
Wily stock tricksters create a $400 million juggernaut.
Recent comments by Douglas Ivester, Coke's bumble-tongued CEO, might be sending down the stock and turning off investors.
The opposite of synergy exists at the corporate home of New York magazine.
While the CEO fights Web posters and her twin brother, her company's Digital Age presence seems to be fading.