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    1. How Moderna Execs are Cashing in on COVID-19 Vaccine Stock Speculation

      How Moderna Execs are Cashing in on COVID-19 Vaccine Stock Speculation

      (Reuters) - Biotech firm Moderna Inc could reap tens of billions of dollars in sales and stock appreciation if it wins the race for a COVID-19 vaccine. If it loses, the early-stage company’s value could crash. In the meantime, the firm’s chief executive is pocketing millions of dollars every month by selling shares that have tripled in price on news of Moderna’s development progress, a Reuters analysis of corporate filings shows...

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    2. Former L'Oréal Executive Appointed Coty's Third CEO This Year

      Former L'Oréal Executive Appointed Coty's Third CEO This Year
      • Coty Inc. is getting its third new CEO this year: longtime L'Oreal veteran Sue Nabi.
      • Nabi served as president of both L'Oreal and Lancome and also founded the skincare business Orveda.
      • She replaces Peter Harf, who will stay on as the brand's executive chairman.
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    3. A Coronavirus Vaccine Rooted in a Government Partnership is Fueling Financial Rewards for Company Executives

      A Coronavirus Vaccine Rooted in a Government Partnership is Fueling Financial Rewards for Company Executives

      As shares of biotech firm Moderna soared in May to record highs on news that its novel coronavirus vaccine showed promise in a clinical trial, the nation’s senior securities regulator was asked on CNBC about news reports that top executives had been selling their stock in the company...

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    4. Tesla Becomes World's Most Valuable Carmaker Without Making a Profit

      Tesla Becomes World's Most Valuable Carmaker Without Making a Profit

      Tesla becomes world's most valuable carmaker without making a profit Rob Davies More Tesla has overhauled Japanese rival Toyota to become the world’s most valuable automotive company. Despite never having made a profit, the billionaire Elon Musk’s electric car manufacturer has been tipped by some pundits to achieve a valuation of more than $1tn (£800bn) as demand for electric vehicles soars...

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    5. Tesla Paid Elon Musk Almost $1 Million to Insure its Board Against Lawsuits, Just as Shareholders are Being Urged to Oust him over his $56 Billion Bonus

      Tesla Paid Elon Musk Almost $1 Million to Insure its Board Against Lawsuits, Just as Shareholders are Being Urged to Oust him over his $56 Billion Bonus
      • Tesla is paying CEO Elon Musk $1 million to insure its board against lawsuits for up to $100 million, SEC filings revealed on Tuesday.
      • Tesla announced in April Musk would be personally insuring its board because it said it couldn't find a reasonable quote from an insurance company.
      • Investor adviser PIRC on Tuesday separately recommended Tesla shareholders vote Musk out as CEO over his prospective $55.8 billion bonus pay package...
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    6. Shale Pioneer Chesapeake Energy Files for Bankruptcy

      Shale Pioneer Chesapeake Energy Files for Bankruptcy

      Chesapeake Energy Corp filed for Chapter 11 on Sunday, becoming the largest U.S. oil and gas producer to seek bankruptcy protection in recent years as it bowed to heavy debts and the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on energy markets. The filing marks an end of an era for the Oklahoma City-based shale pioneer, and comes after months of negotiations with creditors to lay the groundwork for the restructuring...

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    7. HP Inc. Announces Termination of Shareholder Rights Plan

      HP Inc. Announces Termination of Shareholder Rights Plan

      PALO ALTO, CA (STL.News) The Board of Directors of HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) has approved an amendment to the Company’s shareholder rights plan to accelerate the expiration date of the plan to June 25, 2020, effectively terminating the plan as of that date.  The limited duration rights plan was previously set to expire on February 20, 2021...

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    8. Wirecard Goes Bust as Scandal Puts Focus on German Oversight

      Wirecard Goes Bust as Scandal Puts Focus on German Oversight

      FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — An accounting scandal at one of Germany’s fastest-growing blue-chip companies has raised doubts about the national financial watchdog and, coming on top of other high-profile cases of fraud, led to questions about the country’s ability to oversee its corporate titans. Some 1.9 billion euros ($2.1 billion) vanished from payment systems provider Wirecard, until recently heralded as Germany’s emerging giant of the financial tech sector...

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    9. Wall Street Bonus Forecast Not as Dire as in May

      Wall Street Bonus Forecast Not as Dire as in May

      With the economy slowly bouncing back from coronavirus quarantines, Wall Street bonus season is shaping up to be less of a nightmare and more of a very bad dream. The latest survey by compensation consultant Johnson Associates predicts that financial services pay will be slashed by 15 percent to 20 percent in 2020 — a vast improvement from the 30 percent cuts the same survey predicted in mid-May . “We’ve dug halfway out of the hole,” the report’s author, Alan Johnson, told The Post...

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    10. Billionaire Investor Says Elizabeth Warren is Right, Ditches $16B Hedge Fund

      Billionaire Investor Says Elizabeth Warren is Right, Ditches $16B Hedge Fund

      A billionaire activist investor declared that “Elizabeth Warren is right” as he left the helm of his giant hedge fund to focus on environmental and social-impact investing. Jeffrey Ubben — a corporate cage-rattler who has prodded for change at behemoths including Microsoft, BP and Nintendo — said he is leaving his $16 billion hedge fund, ValueAct Capital , to start a new fund that’s more socially conscious...

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    11. Aviva Says Executive Pay Should be the First Casualty of Covid Cuts

      Aviva Says Executive Pay Should be the First Casualty of Covid Cuts

      Fund manager also warns that sectors hard-hit sectors should not shy away from making redundancies. A top UK fund manager has warned companies that executive pay packets should be the first casualty of any cost-cutting measures linked to Covid-19, but said hard-hit sectors such as airlines should not shy away from making necessary job cuts...

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