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    1. Samsung: We Don't Need to Change ... Too Much

      Samsung: We Don't Need to Change ... Too Much

      Samsung's deep reach into daily life Samsung Electronics likes itself just the way it is. The South Korean tech giant on Thursday rejected pressure from an activist shareholder for a major overhaul of its complicated structure. After a months-long review , Samsung ( SSNLF ) announced it has decided against switching to a holding structure, saying such a move doesn't have "clear benefits."

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      Mentions: Management Samsung
    2. America's CEOs Plan to Hire at Fastest Pace in 3 Years

      America's CEOs Plan to Hire at Fastest Pace in 3 Years

      The Rust Belt gave Trump his victory. Now these voters want jobs. President Trump's promises to slash taxes and rip up regulations are making America's CEOs more confident about hiring workers. A new Business Roundtable survey of CEO projections for hiring, investments and sales growth over the next six months jumped by the most since the fourth quarter of 2009...

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      Mentions: CEO Jamie Dimon
    3. Wall Street Hates the Volcker Rule. Will Trump Finally Kill It?

      Wall Street Hates the Volcker Rule. Will Trump Finally Kill It?

      The Volcker Rule Explained Big banks shouldn't act like hedge funds by making dangerous bets that can ruin the economy. That's the principle behind the Volcker Rule, a controversial part of the post-crisis Wall Street reform. The rule prohibits banks like Goldman Sachs or JPMorgan from making risky wagers with their own money and bans them owning big stakes in hedge funds or private-equity firms. The banks hate it...

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      Mentions: Dodd-Frank
    4. Twitter Surges on Yet Another Takeover Rumor

      Twitter Surges on Yet Another Takeover Rumor

      Does Twitter's only hope lie with a #takeover? Wall Street seems to think so. The stock surged nearly 10% Monday following a report on tech news site The Information suggesting that venture capitalist Marc Andreessen -- a prolific tweeter -- may want to team up with private equity firm Silver Lake on a deal to buy Andreessen and Silver Lake did buy a majority stake in Skype in 2009 from and eventually cashed in by selling it to ...

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      Mentions: Investors CEO Google
    5. Xerox is Splitting into Two Companies

      Xerox is Splitting into Two Companies

      Xerox announced on Friday that it would become two, separate companies. The first company will focus on helping businesses process vast troves of documents. It will help customers with printing services, payment processing and digitizing paper documents. That was an $11 billion business for Xerox last year. The second company will help customers outsource key business processes, including HR, customer care and accounting. It will also help customers automate some of their own processes...

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      Mentions: CEO Carl Icahn Xerox
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