1. Articles from Bradley Keoun

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    1. Goldman Board Goes On Female Hiring Spree, Leaves Old-Boy Era Behind

      Goldman Board Goes On Female Hiring Spree, Leaves Old-Boy Era Behind

      The boardroom of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. ( GS ) is finally catching up with the #metoo era. The Wall Street firm, historically man-heavy in its executive suite as well as among directors, said Thursday it had named former U.S. Navy Vice Admiral Jan Tighe to its board. Her appointment boosts the share of women on the board to four out of 14 total directors, or 29%...

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    2. Wells Fargo Director Hernandez to Exit After Scandal, Maintains Side Deals

      Wells Fargo Director Hernandez to Exit After Scandal, Maintains Side Deals

      Wells Fargo & Co. ( WFC ) director Enrique Hernandez Jr. will step down from the company's board in April, following the costliest scandal in the U.S. bank's corporate history and an order by the Federal Reserve to improve risk-management and oversight. But Hernandez, the 62-year-old majority owner of a private-security company he took over from his father, could keep getting riches from his board tenure long after he's gone...

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    3. In Wells Fargo's Board `Refreshment,' There Are No Spa Treatments

      In Wells Fargo's Board `Refreshment,' There Are No Spa Treatments

      "To use the term refreshment is to suggest that this is just business as usual," Nell Minow, vice chair of consultant ValueEdge Advisors, which counsels big investors on corporate governance , said in a telephone interview. "But it's really a euphemism to make it sound like they're just fluffing up the pillows ...

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    4. JPMorgan, Citigroup Shareholders to See Bigger Payouts -- Thanks to Trump

      JPMorgan, Citigroup Shareholders to See Bigger Payouts -- Thanks to Trump

      Despite the turbulence President Donald Trump inflicted on the stock market this week, bank investors may soon have a reason to thank him: bigger shareholder payouts. U.S. banks including JPMorgan Chase ( JPM ) , Bank of America ( BAC ) and Citigroup ( C ) are set to pay out as much as 85% of profits to shareholders in the coming year in the form of dividends and stock buybacks, up from 72% last year, predicts brokerage firm KBW...

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    5. Goldman Sachs Has A Lot Of Worries In 2017

      Goldman Sachs Has A Lot Of Worries In 2017

      President-elect Donald Trump's promised rollback of stiffer banking-industry rules implemented after the financial crisis eight years ago could easily get bogged down in regulatory agencies or Congress. European officials may erect competitive barriers that might protect the region's weakened banks from market-share intrusions by U.S. investment banks...

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