Hedgebrook, the Ashland-based international trade firm that has undergone name and leadership changes in recent months, said today it plans to begin filing Securities and Exchange Commission reports.
The company, founded by Bill Patridge in 2004 and formerly known as 360 Interchange, has secured public accounting and audit firm Marcum LLP and public securities law firm, TroyGould PC, to assist with SEC reporting requirements.
The firm’s shares are traded on the OTC Bulletin Board under HBRK.
The company now led by Brady Brim-DeForest focuses on mergers and acquisitions, ranging from real estate amd private equity ventures and public securities in aerospace, retail, energy, healthcare and technology arenas.
Despite gains in December tonnage and overall 2012 performance, American Trucking Associations chief economist Bob Costello predicts a sluggish performance for 2013.
The national existing home sales numbers ran counter to the Rogue Valley in December.
The deadline for Southern Oregon Angel Network’s private equity investment competition is nearing.
Applications for the $200,000 launch stage companies and the $7,5000 concept grant for concept stage companies is Jan. 31.
Companies may apply by visiting www.soredi.org and clicking “Submitting your business plan.:
The application fee is $49 for concept stage Companies and $99 for launch stage companies.
The Wall Street Journal reports Walmart has taken a hard-line stance against suppliers, who outsource manufacturing without approval.