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    1. TheBoardlist—A Leading Advocate for Putting More Women on Corporate Boards—Opens its Platform to Men of Color

      TheBoardlist—A Leading Advocate for Putting More Women on Corporate Boards—Opens its Platform to Men of Color

      The movement for gender diversity on corporate boards has made real progress in the past decade, inching past the long-sought milestone of 20% female representation on Fortune 1000 boards in 2017. But while that effort has always aimed to include women of color, broader racial diversity has never been its first priority...

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      Mentions: Women Female Progress
    2. Is Oil Giant BP Finally Ready to ‘Think Outside the Barrel’?

      Is Oil Giant BP Finally Ready to ‘Think Outside the Barrel’?

      For months, BP had planned this year’s annual general meeting as a sleek presentation. The company’s brand-new CEO would be onstage at London’s ExCeL convention center, trumpeting his green revolution to hundreds of shareholders. But this being 2020, nothing went as planned. When the day of the meeting finally arrived in late May, there was no audience, and no applause...

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      Mentions: Oil BP Bernard Looney
    3. MGM Resorts CEO: What Happens in Vegas No Longer Stays in Vegas

      MGM Resorts CEO: What Happens in Vegas No Longer Stays in Vegas

      Las Vegas has a reputation for excess and non-stop entertainment, but Las Vegas Strip-based companies are increasingly stepping up as responsible global citizens. This may be surprising to those who think of Las Vegas as “Sin City,” but we are pioneering corporate cultures that embrace a commitment to society that extends beyond simply serving customers and growing bottom lines...

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    4. Here’s What Analysts Are Saying About Google’s Co-Founders Stepping Down

      Here’s What Analysts Are Saying About Google’s Co-Founders Stepping Down

      Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin stepped aside from their duties at parent company Alphabet on Tuesday in a move that analysts say marks "the end of an era." The surprise shakeup, which elevates Google CEO Sundar Pichai as Alphabet's CEO, raises inevitable questions about Alphabet's future. The holding company was spawned four years ago in an effort to create more focused businesses units...

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      Mentions: Google Bank Alphabet
    5. How the Man Who Nailed Madoff Got GE Wrong

      How the Man Who Nailed Madoff Got GE Wrong

      Accounting sleuth Harry Markopolos believes GE is engaged in accounting fraud so vast that the storied conglomerate will soon be forced into bankruptcy. Markopolos was the lone person to sound the alarm on Bernie Madoff's Ponzi operation, and gained fame and credibility by turning out to be spectacularly right, raising fears he could be right about GE as well...

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    6. Here Are the 25 Highest Paying Companies in America

      Here Are the 25 Highest Paying Companies in America

      Cybersecurity expertise might be the key to a generous salary, according to a new ranking of company salaries.

      Palo Alto Networks tops a list of the 25 highest paying companies in America from career site Glassdoor, coming in with a median salary of $170,929. That puts it ahead of Nvidia, where the average employee takes home $170,068 per year.

      Here's how the rest of the Top 10 shakes out, with median total salaries listed...

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    7. Google Workers to Walk out, Along With Amazon and Microsoft Employees, for Sept. 20’s Climate Strike

      Google Workers to Walk out, Along With Amazon and Microsoft Employees, for Sept. 20’s Climate Strike

      Google employees have announced they are joining their big tech counterparts at Amazon and Microsoft in walking off the job on Sept. 20 to participate in the global climate strike.

      The climate change protests are set to take place on Friday in 150 countries around the world, sending a message to leaders who are set to meet Monday, Sept. 23 for the 2019 Climate Action Summit. A second wave of protests is also scheduled for Sept. 27...

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      Mentions: IPO Google Amazon
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