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Digital Realty Trust Inc (DLR.N)

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Fri, Mar 2 2018

BRIEF-Digital Realty Increases Quarterly Cash Dividend For Common Stock By 8.6% To $1.01 Per Share

* DIGITAL REALTY INCREASES QUARTERLY CASH DIVIDEND FOR COMMON STOCK BY 8.6% TO $1.01 PER SHARE Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reuters.Brief@thomsonreuters.com)

SCOTUS whistleblower case dodges Chevron deference showdown

Last November, a couple of weeks before the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Digital Realty Trust v. Somers, I told you about a radical idea floated by Digital Realty Trust’s lawyers at Williams & Connolly.

UPDATE 3-U.S. top court declines to broaden whistleblower protections

WASHINGTON, Feb 21 The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to broaden protections for corporate insiders who call out misconduct, ruling they must take claims of wrongdoing to the Securities and Exchange Commission in order to be shielded against retaliation.

BRIEF-Digital Realty Reports Q4 FFO Per Share $1.48

* DIGITAL REALTY REPORTS FOURTH QUARTER AND FULL-YEAR 2017 RESULTS

BRIEF-Digital Realty Expects To Deliver 2018 Core FFO Per Share In A Range Of $6.45-$6.60​

* DIGITAL REALTY EXPECTS TO DELIVER 2018 CORE FFO PER SHARE WITHIN A RANGE OF $6.45-$6.60​

BRIEF-Digital Realty Signs 2 Agreements To Source About 324,000 Additional Mw-Hours Of Wind, Solar Power Annually For Co's Chicago, Ashburn Data Center Properties

* DIGITAL REALTY - SIGNS 2 AGREEMENTS TO SOURCE ABOUT 324,000 ADDITIONAL MW-HOURS OF WIND, SOLAR POWER ANNUALLY FOR CO'S CHICAGO, ASHBURN DATA CENTER PROPERTIES

Chevron deference landmine lurks in new brief in SCOTUS whistleblower case

There’s a landmine buried in a footnote on the last page of Digital Realty’s newly filed reply brief in the U.S. Supreme Court case that will determine the scope of Dodd-Frank anti-retaliation protections for corporate whistleblowers. And if the justices step on it, they could blow up administrative law as it’s currently practiced.

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