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    1. Duke Energy Utility CEO Got Big Boosts to Severance, Pay

      Duke Energy Utility CEO Got Big Boosts to Severance, Pay

      RALEIGH, N.C. — Duke Energy Corp.’s board is striving to keep CEO Lynn Good on the job, promising a bigger severance package if she’s forced out the door in addition to raising her pay by 55 percent. A report released Thursday ahead of May’s annual shareholders meeting shows company directors increased Good’s potential severance package to more than $41 million last year, a nearly 50 percent increase over 2016...

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    2. Raymond James Advice for Small to Mid-Sized Companies About Activist Shareholders? Prepare and Listen

      Raymond James Advice for Small to Mid-Sized Companies About Activist Shareholders? Prepare and Listen

      Shareholder fights between activist investors and publicly traded companies are getting nastier, especially in some industries, and a lot of them don’t involve corporate giants like General Motors and Procter & Gamble. In 2015, according to Raymond James, 208 activist campaigns were launched against 169 companies valued between $50 million and $1 billion. Since 2009, the number of campaigns against companies that size has grown 163 percent...

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    3. CEOs of Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan are Worth $261 Million More Since the Election

      CEOs of Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan are Worth $261 Million More Since the Election

      CEOs of Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan are worth $261 million more since the election Wednesday, February 22, 2017 12:54pm I want to see more articles tagged I'm already following articles tagged Next CEOs at the country's largest publicly traded companies may not have been big supporters of Donald Trump during his campaign...

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