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    1. Apple Should Address Youth Phone Addiction, say Two Large Investors

      Apple Should Address Youth Phone Addiction, say Two Large Investors

      Apple store in New York on November 3, 2017. Reuters Apple Inc shareholders Jana Partners and the California State Teachers’ Retirement System are urging the smartphone maker to take steps to address what they say is a growing problem of young people getting addicted to Apple’s iPhones, Jana partner Charles Penner said...

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    2. Pandora is Falling After its Most Likely Buyer Dismissed Acquisition rumors — and criticized its new direction

      Pandora is Falling After its Most Likely Buyer Dismissed Acquisition rumors — and criticized its new direction

      Internet radio pioneer Pandora tumbled more than 5% in trading on Friday after a Sirius XM exec threw cold water on rumors that the radio giant might acquire the company. For months, Pandora has endured on-and-off rumors that it’s trying to sell itself, and satellite radio powerhouse Sirius XM has been floated as the main suitor...

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    3. CEO Pay Has Risen 82% in 13 years but Companies Have Only Returned 1% in ‘Economic Profit’

      CEO Pay Has Risen 82% in 13 years but Companies Have Only Returned 1% in ‘Economic Profit’

      An investor looks at an electronic board showing stock information at a brokerage house in Shanghai Pay for corporate chief executives has increased by 82% in the past 13 years, but the average company generated less than 1% return for investors, according to a report by the CFA Institute...

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    4. Tesco’s Former CEO will NOT be Charged over the Company’s £326 Million Accounting Scandal

      Tesco’s Former CEO will NOT be Charged over the Company’s £326 Million Accounting Scandal

      Nov. 29, 2016, 4:46 PM Reuters/Darren Staples Philip Clarke, Tesco’s former CEO. Tesco’s former chief executive Philip Clarke will not face any charges for his role in the accounting scandal that plagued the company in 2014, said Clarke’s lawyer, according to the Financial Times . Clarke was Tesco’s boss when it emerged that the supermarket chain had overstated its profits by an initial £263 million ($326 million), a figure that eventually rose to £326 million once the dust had settled...

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    5. ‘Disproportionate’: Theresa May’s Plans to Rein in CEO Pay are Facing Criticism

      ‘Disproportionate’: Theresa May’s Plans to Rein in CEO Pay are Facing Criticism

      Prime Minister Theresa May is facing criticism over her plans to reform executive pay. May’s proposal to introduce binding shareholder votes on CEO pay every year for each company “is a disproportionate response” to the problem of high executive remuneration, a report from research group Big Innovation Centre said on Friday ...

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    6. Why Google Really Spent $625 Million on a Company Generating $92 Million in Revenue

      Why Google Really Spent $625 Million on a Company Generating $92 Million in Revenue

      Google cloud boss Diane Greene Google’s $625 million acquisition of Apigee announced in September hasn’t closed yet, but should be done after Apigee’s November 8 stockholder meeting, someone familiar with the matter told Business Insider. That will be a relief to Apigee employees, whose morale was pretty low when the company went public in 2015 ...

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    7. German Prosecutors are Investigating VW’s Chairman

      German Prosecutors are Investigating VW’s Chairman

      Nov. 6, 2016, 9:19 PM © AFP/File Tobias Schwarz Hans-Dieter Poetsch, supervisory board chairman of German carmaker Volkswagen, pictured in 2015 German prosecutors probing whether Volkswagen executives manipulated the markets in the wake of the “dieselgate” scandal have widened their investigation to include the chairman of the group’s supervisory board, the auto giant said Sunday.

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    8. Wells Fargo’s Former CEO just Resigned from the Boards of Target and Chevron

      Wells Fargo’s Former CEO just Resigned from the Boards of Target and Chevron

      Oct. 19, 2016, 4:45 AM Thomson Reuters Recently retired Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf has resigned as a board member of Target and Chevron. Regulatory filings from both companies on Tuesday contained the news. “Mr. Stumpf resigned for personal reasons and not as a result of a disagreement with Chevron,” the energy company’s filing said. Target did not cite a reason...

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    9. 20 Women Silicon Valley Tech Companies Should be Adding to Their Boards

      20 Women Silicon Valley Tech Companies Should be Adding to Their Boards

      When it comes to women in tech, people make all kinds of excuses from a broken pipeline to not wanting to “lower” their standards to bring women onto the team. Finding women to add to a company’s board is even harder since the job listings aren’t posted publicly and advertised widely to attract a diverse network, says Sukihnder Singh Cassidy, CEO of Joyus and founder of the Boardlist...

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    10. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s Latest Report Card had Only One Bad Grade

      Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s Latest Report Card had Only One Bad Grade

      Like most CEOs, Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella gets massive bonuses based on his performance. So it reflects well on Nadella that he was awarded a $4,464,000 cash bonus for his performance in Microsoft’s most recent fiscal year, on top of his normal $1.2 million salary, per a new filing with the SEC . That’s 124% of his target compensation, meaning the board of directors thought Nadella exceeded expectations...

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    11. An Activist May be Trying to Shake up one of the Biggest Banks in the World — Here’s What it Takes to Do It

      An Activist May be Trying to Shake up one of the Biggest Banks in the World — Here’s What it Takes to Do It

      ValueAct CEO Jeff Ubben motions during a speech at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management in January 2015 Jeff Ubben and his activist hedge fund ValueAct have taken a $1.1 billion stake in investment bank Morgan Stanley, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission released Monday...

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    12. 12 Body Language Tricks to use During a Job interview

      12 Body Language Tricks to use During a Job interview

      Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design/flickr Just as what you say during an interview helps communicate your fit for the job, so too does your body language. “Body language can have a big impact on the way you’re perceived by others, especially at work,” Rosemary Haefner, chief human resources officer for CareerBuilder, previously told Business Insider .....

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