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    1. U.S. Consumers Could Suffer From Dodd-Frank, CFPB Changes

      U.S. Consumers Could Suffer From Dodd-Frank, CFPB Changes

      U.S. Consumers Could Suffer From Dodd-Frank, CFPB Changes Published April 19, 2017 Massive changes to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau - or the financial reform law that established it - could hurt U.S. mortgage borrowers who use the agency to fight erroneous charges and foreclosures, according to Trulia, an online real estate marketplace.

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    2. Kate Spade Shares Soar on Reports it is Exploring a Sale

      Kate Spade Shares Soar on Reports it is Exploring a Sale

      High-end handbag and apparel maker Kate Spade & Co. is exploring a sale of the company, according to people familiar with the matter, after coming under pressure from an activist shareholder. The New York company is working with an investment bank and has contacted possible buyers, including other retailers, one of the people said. The process is at an early stage. As of Wednesday morning, Kate Spade had a market value of $1.9 billion. Its value has dropped amid a difficult retail environment...

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    3. Wells Fargo's John Stumpf Is No Jeff Skilling

      Wells Fargo's John Stumpf Is No Jeff Skilling

      If you read the media reports, you’d think Wells Fargo’s outgoing CEO, John Stumpf, robbed the company blind and escaped with a whopping exit package: “ Disgraced Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf set for $134M exit .” “ Wells Fargo CEO walks with $130 million .” “ Wells Fargo CEO Stumpf retires with $134M .” Continue Reading Below The Wall Street Journal actually pegs the figure at $120 million, but that’s neither here nor there...

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      Mentions: CEO stock options
    4. U.S. Treasury's Lew Faults 'Bad Behavior' at Wells Fargo

      U.S. Treasury's Lew Faults 'Bad Behavior' at Wells Fargo

      U.S. Treasury's Lew Faults 'Bad Behavior' at Wells Fargo Published September 13, 2016 Print U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said on Tuesday federal regulators were correct to punish Wells Fargo & Co for setting up sham accounts without customers' knowledge, but stopped short of calling for a clawback of pay from the head of the unit where the wrongdoing took place...

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    5. Activist Investing: The Epidemic Plaguing Boardrooms

      Activist Investing: The Epidemic Plaguing Boardrooms

      When the activist fund Starboard launched an attack on Yahoo! ( YHOO ), it was just one of the many recent takeover targets. Continue Reading Below Noted activist investor Bill Ackman has launched attacks against Herbalife ( HLF ) and embattled drug company Valeant ( VRX ). Starboard previously launched attacks against Olive Garden's parent company ( DRI ). So what's the activist investor epidemic plaguing boardrooms?

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    6. Iconix Dops as Founder Cole Steps Down From President, Chairman and CEO Posts

      Iconix Dops as Founder Cole Steps Down From President, Chairman and CEO Posts

      Shares of Iconix tumbled 25 percent Friday after it was announced that founder Neil Cole was leaving the clothing brand licensing company. Cole has been president, chairman and CEO since the company was founded 10 years ago. Iconix said Thursday that Cole would serve as a special adviser through the end of September. Board member Peter Cuneo was named interim CEO and chairman...

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    7. Activist Investor Ackman Paying About $5.5B for 7.5 Pct Stake in Snack Maker Mondelez

      Activist Investor Ackman Paying About $5.5B for 7.5 Pct Stake in Snack Maker Mondelez

      Activist investor Bill Ackman is paying approximately $5.5 billion for a 7.5 percent stake in Mondelez International Inc. Ackman's Pershing Square Capital Management LP is buying about 120.3 million shares of the snack maker. Mondelez's stock rose 8 percent in Thursday premarket trading. Mondelez, the maker of products including Oreo cookies and Cadbury chocolate, split off from Kraft in 2012. Kraft kept the North American grocery brands and Mondelez took the snacks...

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    8. 21st Century Fox Succession Plan to be Discussed at Tuesday Board Meeting

      21st Century Fox Succession Plan to be Discussed at Tuesday Board Meeting

      Twenty-First Century Fox board members gathered in New York City this morning for a regularly scheduled corporate board meeting. Succession plans involving Chairman Rupert Murdoch will be discussed, the FOX Business Network has learned. Last week it was reported that Rupert Murdoch was making plans to turn over the reins of 21st Century Fox ( ), his sprawling media and entertainment empire, to his son James...

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