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    1. JPMorgan Whistle-Blower Gets Record $30 Million From CFTC

      JPMorgan Whistle-Blower Gets Record $30 Million From CFTC

      The Commodity Futures Trading Commission has finalized a $30 million whistle-blower award for information that helped the agency sue JPMorgan Chase & Co. for failing to properly inform some wealthy clients about conflicts of interest behind its investment recommendations, according to the private attorney who brought the case...

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    2. Some of the Biggest Names in Dealmaking in New York and London are Duking it out as Part of the Comcast-Fox-Sky Bidding War

      Some of the Biggest Names in Dealmaking in New York and London are Duking it out as Part of the Comcast-Fox-Sky Bidding War
      • Comcast has officially made a £26 billion (about $34 billion) bid for the European broadcasting company Sky.
      • 21st Century Fox, which owns 40% of Sky, has been trying to buy the remaining stake since the end of 2016 but faced numerous regulatory hurdles.
      • The deal pits some of the sharpest minds in global mergers and acquisitions against one another, with the three sides represented by some of the biggest names on Wall Street and in London...
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    3. One of Tesla's Largest Shareholders is Urging Elon Musk to Simmer Down and Focus After a Tumultuous Few Weeks

      One of Tesla's Largest Shareholders is Urging Elon Musk to Simmer Down and Focus After a Tumultuous Few Weeks
      • Baillie Gifford, Tesla's fourth-largest shareholder, says it wants Elon Musk to put away the distractions and focus.
      • James Anderson, a partner and portfolio manager at the asset management firm, pointed to the turmoil surrounding the Tesla CEO, including his public rants in recent weeks. Musk has targeted reporters and news outlets over troubling news about Tesla Model 3 production and internal struggles at the company. Those rants have prompted some fallout...
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      Mentions: Management CEO Tesla
    4. Breaking News: Embattled Papa John's Exec John Schnatter Resigns as Chairman of the Board at the Pizza Chain After Admitting to Using Racial Slur on a Conference Call

      Breaking News: Embattled Papa John's Exec John Schnatter Resigns as Chairman of the Board at the Pizza Chain After Admitting to Using Racial Slur on a Conference Call
      • Papa John's founder and former CEO John Schnatter resigned from his position as chairman of the board on Wednesday.
      • Schnatter's resignation comes one day after he admitted to using the N-word during a May conference call with a marketing agency.
      • The company said it would appoint a new chairman in the coming weeks...
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    5. Hydro One Board Resigns, CEO Retires as Ont. Premier Makes Good on Campaign Promise

      Hydro One Board Resigns, CEO Retires as Ont. Premier Makes Good on Campaign Promise

      TORONTO -- Premier Doug Ford says he has made good on a key campaign promise, announcing the immediate retirement of the CEO of Hydro One and the resignation of the utility's entire board of directors. Ford, who promised that if he was elected he would fire Hydro One CEO Mayo Schmidt, dubbing him the "Six Million Dollar Man" during the spring election campaign, hailed it as a "great day" for the province...

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      Mentions: CEO Ford resign
    6. Battle for Perry Ellis Hinges on Fiduciary Duty to Shareholders

      Battle for Perry Ellis Hinges on Fiduciary Duty to Shareholders

      The two key words that likely will determine the outcome in the battle for Perry Ellis International Inc. are dollars — share price — and sense, the latter being common sense in evaluating all factors to ensure that the fiduciary duty to shareholders is being met.While the per-share offering price is always of utmost importance to shareholders, it sometimes ...

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    7. MoviePass' Parent Company Has Flooded its Investors With a 3,000% Increase in New Shares

      MoviePass' Parent Company Has Flooded its Investors With a 3,000% Increase in New Shares
      • The share price of Helios & Matheson, the parent company of MoviePass, has plunged in recent months amid ongoing losses at the subscription movie service.
      • But something else is weighing down the stock price — the more than 3,000% increase just since August in the number of the company's shares.
      • That dilution is set to only get worse, as the company is seeking authorization to issue even more shares...
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      Mentions: Investors stake AMP
    8. What do companies really have to reveal when a CEO is ousted?

      What do companies really have to reveal when a CEO is ousted?

      Barnes & Noble's announcement on Tuesday that its CEO, Demos Parneros, was being terminated, gave investors some important information: He would not get a severance. His firing was not related to "any potential fraud." He had violated a company policy and would no longer be a company director.

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    9. Breaking News: Thyssenkrupp CEO Resigns After Activist Shareholder Pressure

      Breaking News:  Thyssenkrupp CEO Resigns After Activist Shareholder Pressure

      Twitter Thyssenkrupp AG Chief Executive Officer Heinrich Hiesinger resigned days after the company inked a deal for a European steel joint venture that faced fierce investor opposition. “Today I informed the Supervisory Board that I would like to step down from my position,” Hiesinger said in a statement on Thursday. Hiesinger’s leadership at Thyssenkrupp had been marked by criticism for the company’s declining revenue, rising costs and a declining stock price...

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    10. 'We Can't Just Ask Politely': California's Push for Gender Quotas on Company Boards

      'We Can't Just Ask Politely': California's Push for Gender Quotas on Company Boards

      In 2013, the California state senator Hanna-Beth Jackson made a certain amount of feminist history when she authored – and the legislature enacted – a first-in-the-nation resolution urging the state’s publicly held companies to appoint more women to their boards of directors. The resolution endorsed research finding that companies with women on their boards perform better than those without, and encouraged corporations to add at least one and as many as three women to their boardrooms...

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