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    2. At Citi, Pandit is Gone but Still Serving the Bank's Shareholders

      At Citi, Pandit is Gone but Still Serving the Bank's Shareholders
      Michael L. Corbatis approaching his first anniversary as chief executive ofCitigroup. The banks chairman, Michael E. ONeill, installed him after organizing a putsch to oustVikram Panditas C.E.O. The new boss has accelerated some cost cuts and clarified strategy around the edges, but the broad direction is still Mr. Pandits. Either way, it is serving shareholders well...
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    3. Two Founders of BlackBerry Weighing a Takeover Offer

      Two Founders of BlackBerry Weighing a Takeover Offer
      OTTAWA The two men who founded the company that becameBlackBerrymay now try to save it. In a regulatory filing on Thursday, Mike Lazaridis and Douglas Fregin said that they were considering a bid for the 92 percent of the company that they do not own. They also said they had hiredGoldman Sachsand Centerview Partners as advisers...
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    1. The one advantage of having them separated is if you get a mediocre CEO it is a lot easier to do something about it if you've got a separate chairman.
      Warren Buffett in Warren Buffett And CalSTRS Agree On Brian Moynihan's Performance At Bank Of America
    2. What I hear our CEO telling us is that some tough decisions will need to be made soon.
      In 3 Ways To Keep Your Board From Getting Bored
    3. The tender offer is an aggressive entrenchment move aimed at enabling the CEO to use the shareholders' money to gain control over the company.
      In How Wall Street Enabled A Controversial Power Grab At A Wannabe Berkshire Hathaway