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Global nutrition company Herbalife, (NYSE: HLF) issued the following statement: "After more than two years of working with the FTC, I think we understand the terms of the settlement agreement very well.
The FTC has effectively shut Herbalife down but investors just don't realize it, Ackman says.
After the FTC settled with Herbalife (HLF) over its direct-selling business practices, Bill Ackman will push foreign regulators to investigate the company, Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn said today.
Global nutrition company Herbalife (NYSE: HLF) announced today that in order to meet consumer demand for its nutrition products, it is hiring approximately 175 people in California and Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and...
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Shares of Herbalife jumped on Friday on news that regulators have concluded the company is not what Ackman alleged -- an illicit pyramid scheme.
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Bill Ackman commented on Herbalife's (HLF) settlement of $200 million with the FTC regarding the company's business practices on CNBC.
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Herbalife's (HLF) new rules under its $200 million settlement with the FTC are easily obtainable, Pivotal Research's Tim Ramey said on CNBC today.
U.S. stocks struggle to hold onto slight gains after a terrorist attack overnight casts a shadow over global markets.
You need out-and-out war between hedge fund managers and a monster squeeze to justify these prices, Cramer says.
Herbalife shares soared Friday on news that the Federal Trade Commission has determined the food-products distributor does not equate to a so-called pyramid scheme.
It looks like the billionaire activist can't catch a break on these two stocks.
The billionaire activist may be looking to have the nutritional supplements distributor combine with a rival that also has a large Chinese operation
U.S. stocks struggle to hold onto slight gains on Friday as a terrorist attack in France overnight casts a shadow of worry over global markets.
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As Herbalife (HLF) reached a $200 million settlement with the FTC, investors wonder if the company's changes will push it to stop trading publicly, CNBC's Scott Wapner reported.
U.S. stock futures turn slightly higher on Friday on a rush of banking earnings and after U.S. retail sales jump in June.
Herbalife shares are rallying on news the longstanding investigation could be put to rest.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Herbalife (HLF) as a pre-market mover with heavy volume candidate
Global nutrition company Herbalife Ltd. (NYSE: HLF) ("Herbalife" or "the Company") announced it has reached a settlement agreement with the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC" or the "Commission") resolving the FTC's multi-year...
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