LifeLock launched its new persona as a publicly traded company on Wednesday -- then watched as its initial stock price fell by several percent.
LifeLock, the Tempe-based anti-identity-theft company founded in 2005 by Robert Maynard Jr. and Todd Davis, had expected to sell shares at $9 apiece, but t ... More >>
Image: Martha StrachanLifeLock, the ethics-bending, Tempe-based firm covered in two 2007 New Times feature articles, has been permanently banned from performing what used to be its most basic service.Under a lawsuit settlement with Experian, a major credit bureau, LifeLock can no longer place a ... More >>
The Honolulu Star-Bulletin wrote up a piece on Robert J. Maynard Jr. after recent post about him, covering some of the highlights of his sketchy past and uncovering some new info.
One interesting factoid: Maynard's father, local optometrist Robert J. Maynard Sr., reversed earlie ... More >>
Robert J. Maynard Jr., the LifeLock founder who resigned from his own company after New Times revealed his lies and shady past, is now the CEO of an ocean adventure business in Waikiki.
A Federal Trade Commission order from the 1990s apparently bars Maynard Jr. from returning in ... More >>