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April 14, 2008

In a bid to attract institutional investors and boost its flagging stock price, cosmetics company Revlon has approved a reverse split of the company’s Class A and Class B common stock at a 1:10 split ratio.

In a bid to attract institutional investors and boost its flagging stock price, cosmetics company Revlon has approved a reverse split of the company's Class A and Class B common stock at a 1:10 split ratio.

Institutional money has shunned the stock as sub-par results and a dwindling share price have fallen well below the criteria set by many investors. The reverse split is scheduled for May or June and shareholders will receive one share for every 10 they hold, increasing the price 10-fold.

July 1, 2007

The myriad voting shares of large companies have been under scrutiny for being unfair and negatively affecting company valuations. However, as Marc Smith reports, the EC has found that they are not to blame …

Marc Smith is acting editor of Families in Business.

The myriad voting shares of large companies have been under scrutiny for being unfair and negatively affecting company valuations. However, as Marc Smith reports, the EC has found that they are not to blame …

November 1, 2003

If you are considering making changes to your employee benefit programme, now is a good time to do it – with little volatility in the employment market there should be a minimal negative impact. As long as it is handled carefully it could be cost-effective for your business too...

Philip Houghton and Paul Mather are Senior Consultants with Sibson Consulting, a global human capital consulting firm, based in London. Bart Huby is a Partner with Lane, Clark & Peacock LLP, an actuarial partnership with offices in London and Winchester, UK.

If you are considering making changes to your employee benefit programme, now is a good time to do it – with little volatility in the employment market there should be a minimal negative impact. As long as  it is handled carefully it could be cost-effective for your business too...

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