Chesapeake reaches an agreement with Icahn. Exxon considers exporting liquefied natural gas.
The compay is sending surveys to its sellers suggesting the possibility of a free-listing model.
The BlackBerry maker will be cutting jobs aggressively while focusing on the BB10.
While Morgan Stanley and the Nasdaq face lawsuits from irate investors, they aren't the only ones faced with fallout from the IPO flop.
The company has essentially served formal notice to its shareholders that it can't complete a strategic turnaround on its own.
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