Back in April 2013, the SEC said OK, fine. You can post materially important information about your company on social media as long as you make the public aware that this stuff might wind up there. This was after Netflix Chief Executive Officer Reed Hastings made comments on Facebook about the company’s viewership levels, and it created a bit of a buzz.
DreamWorks Animation SKG’s “Madagascar 3” opened as the top film at U.S. box offices with $60.4 million in U.S. and Canadian theaters, edging out “Prometheus,” a science-fiction thriller from Ridley Scott.
Cain Velasquez, a tattooed mixed martial arts fighter, slams his elbow into the face of Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva, opening an inch-long gash on the bridge of the 264-pound Brazilian’s nose. Blood sprays onto the Bud Light logo in the middle of the canvas mat.
Thousands of South Africans braved driving rain at the nation’s biggest stadium to mark the life of Nelson Mandela in the first of three major public events this week that may rival the funeral of U.S. President John F. Kennedy.