Footnoted redesigns itself
by Chris Roush
The Footnoted website devoted to finding business news in SEC filings has launched a redesign.
The changes include combining footnoted and footnotedPro into one site, a redesign to give it more of an institutional feel, real-time information based on intelligence it gleans from the filings; enhanced search capability (search by ticker, company, subject, etc.), and greater focus on actionable information in the filings.
Business journalist Michelle Leder, who runs the site, writes, “As you can see from our homepage, the new site provides a better window into our crucial ‘Red Flag Alerts,’ highlighting the most critical developments as we find them.
“In addition, all our reports, research, and data are easily searchable and categorized by topic. For example, subscribers can check out recent disclosures by category, such as accounting issues, investigations, and even the infamous Friday Night Dump.
“Aside from the blog posts and our twitter feed, both of which are free to read, footnoted will remain a service for paying subscribers (which we call footnoted*Pro). We’ve made it a lot easier to subscribe. You can now subscribe online, or you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll help you along.”
Read more here. Leder has also moved to the Los Angeles area from New York.