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    2. Chipotle and Bill Ackman Near Settlement on Board

      Chipotle and Bill Ackman Near Settlement on Board
      Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. and William Ackman are nearing a settlement that would give the activist investor a say in the boardroom at the beleaguered burrito chain. The Denver company and Ackmans Pershing Square Capital Management LP, which disclosed a 9.9% stake two months ago, have been discussing changing the board and could reach an agreement soon, according to people familiar with the matter. A deal isnt assured and ...
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    3. Advisory Firm InGovern Writes to Independent Directors of Tata Motors - The Economic Times

      Advisory Firm InGovern Writes to Independent Directors of Tata Motors - The Economic Times
      On Monday, proxy advisory firm InGovern sent an email to all independent directors of Tata Motors , asking them to take a lead role in guiding the Company till the issue is resolved. The email (a copy of which is with ET) states- From the information that is in the public domain, we gather that a number of issues (long-term strategy, Nano project, etc) merit the attention of the independent directors ...
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    4. The Gamble of Tronc’s ‘Just Say No’ Defense

      The Gamble of Tronc’s ‘Just Say No’ Defense
      Gannetts battle to acquire Tronc, the newspaper publisher formerly known as Tribune Publishing, raises the question of whether a board should continue to just say no or give in to a hostile acquirer. The battle for Tronc is entering a surprising final stage as Gannett isrumored to have raised its bid.Gannett initially bid $12.25 a share in April, raising a furious and disdainful reaction ...
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    5. SAA Board to Take Over Control of the Boards of Mango, Other Subsidiaries

      SAA Board to Take Over Control of the Boards of Mango, Other Subsidiaries
      The controversial SAA board is set to take over control of the boards of its subsidiaries, including low-cost airline Mango that has since it began operations a decade ago been operated at arms length. This comes against the background of a Competition Commission investigation into the relationship between SAA and Mango and its possible effect on competition in the airline industry ...
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