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This is a peculiar point in the calendar when there's no news, but plenty of volatility.
Activist Bill Ackman should have just met with Automatic Data Processing's CEO.
Ackman says Automatic Data Processing is under-earning.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer sheds light on Monday's trending stocks.
The Hackett Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: HCKT) and ADP ® (NASDAQ: ADP) have announced an expansion to their strategic alliance that will offer midsized companies (those with 150 to 999 employees) new to ADP Workforce...
ADP will nominate its 10 existing directors for reelection.
Infosys, CenturyLink, Cisco and other tech names were struggling Friday alongside troubling news from Washington and terror attacks in Spain.
Wall Street fell into the red Thursday.
Here's what you need to know now for Wednesday, August 16.
Pershing gets ready to drop some ADP bombs on Thursday.
Pershing Square, the hedge fund founded by Bill Ackaman, said on Monday that claims made by ADP criticizing the firm are unfounded.
The Street's sister publication, The Deal, looked back over proxy season 2017 to pinpoint the more noteworthy trends and see what might be in store for next year.
Judging by how little people seem to care, more volatility is a good bet.
Rodriguez says the Pershing Square activist move feels like negotiating to 'buy a used car.'
Pershing CEO Bill Ackman is among the nominees.
Here's what you need to know now for Friday, Aug. 4
The embattled activist investor is seeking to install a minority slate of directors in an effort to "accelerate growth" and improve the "quality of ADP's software and service offerings."
The jobs report inspired slight gains on Wall Street.
As Ackman's fund, Pershing Square, pushing for control of the board at ADP, the company highlights that the fund has underperformed ADP in recent years.
Ackman seeks to take five of ten seats on the human resources company's board. Here's what he really wants.
The activist investor is seeking five seats on the ADP board and wants to replace its CEO.
Stocks are mixed Thursday.