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    1. Actually, More Talking in the Boardroom is a Good Thing

      Actually, More Talking in the Boardroom is a Good Thing

      Last Tuesday, TPG Chairman David Bonderman resigned as a director of Uber Technologies, Inc. after making a seemingly sexist comment about women directors. The comment was made at a company-wide meeting to discuss measures to improve the culture of the workplace at Uber, which has been alleged to be male-dominated and tolerant of sexual harassment, discrimination and bullying...

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    2. One of the UK’s Biggest Business Groups Thinks Something Should be done about Executive Pay

      One of the UK’s Biggest Business Groups Thinks Something Should be done about Executive Pay

      LONDON — The Institute of Directors (IoD) is calling for investors to be given more control over executive pay. The BBC reports that the IoD, the UK’s longest running group for businessmen, wants the threshold for an investor revolt over pay to be lowered to just 30%. Public companies must put their proposed executive pay plans to a vote among shareholders...

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    3. Former CEO Dick Costolo thinks Twitter can still ‘be a successful, independent company’

      Former CEO Dick Costolo thinks Twitter can still ‘be a successful, independent company’

      One person who thinks Twitter still has a shot at staying an independent company: former CEO Dick Costolo. During a Monday interview on Bloomberg TV , Costolo touched on the reports that Google, Disney, Salesforce, and others are eyeing a bid at Twitter. “Well, I’ve said for awhile that I think Twitter can be a successful, independent company,” Costolo said when asked about potential Twitter suitors by Bloomberg’s Brad Stone...

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