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    1. Fourth Miss America Executive Resigns Over Vulgar Email Chain: Female Board Member Joins CEO...

      Fourth Miss America Executive Resigns Over Vulgar Email Chain: Female Board Member Joins CEO...

      Later Friday, the Miss America Organization Board of Directors revealed they voted in favor of the 62-year-old's suspension. 'The Miss America Organization Board of Directors today voted to suspend Executive Chairman and CEO Sam Haskell. Mr. Haskell, in support of the organization, has agreed to ...

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      Mentions: CEO Twitter resign
    2. UK: `Fat Cat Wednesday´ Shines Spotlight on Executive Pay

      UK:  `Fat Cat Wednesday´ Shines Spotlight on Executive Pay

      Top bosses will already have made more money by today than the typical worker will earn all year, new figures reveal. Today has been dubbed Fat Cat Wednesday, as executives will pass the average salary of £28,200 by midday, said the High Pay Centre. The think tank said the figures confirm how pay differs “dramatically” for senior bosses compared with everyone else...

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    3. Kate Spade Shareholder Urges Handbag Maker to Sell Itself

      Kate Spade Shareholder Urges Handbag Maker to Sell Itself

      e-mail Nov 14 (Reuters) - U.S. hedge fund Caerus Investors urged Kate Spade & Co to sell itself, saying the handbag and accessories maker would make a great acquisition candidate as its stock traded at a discount to its peers. Caerus was "increasingly frustrated" by the inability of Kate Spade's management to achieve profit margins comparable to industry peers, the hedge fund told the company's board in a letter that was disclosed on Monday...

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    4. Activist Investor Criticises Offer for German Tile Maker Braas Monier

      Activist Investor Criticises Offer for German Tile Maker Braas Monier

      Oct 19 (Reuters) - Activist investor Petrus Advisers on Wednesday criticised a 25 euro per share offer for German roof tile maker Braas Monier from U.S. rival Standard Industries as too low in an open letter to Standard Industries owner 40 North. * "40 North's offer is a mistake," London-based Petrus writes in a letter to 40 North, published on its website. * Standard Industries' offer for Braas Monier values it at about 1.9 billion euros ($2.1 billion) including debt.

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    5. French Parliament Says Shareholders Must Set Bosses' Pay

      French Parliament Says Shareholders Must Set Bosses' Pay

      Shareholders must set French chief executives' pay in a binding vote that corporate boards cannot ignore, the French parliament decided early on Friday in reaction to a public outcry over Renault chief Carlos Ghosn's giant package. However, lawmakers in the lower house rejected a left-wing bid to impose a legal ceiling on CEO remuneration ...

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