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    2. Marathon Petroleum Corp. Board of Directors Elects John P. Surma as Chairman and Michael J. Hennigan as New Director

      Marathon Petroleum Corp. Board of Directors Elects John P. Surma as Chairman and Michael J. Hennigan as New Director
      Marathon Petroleum Corp. (NYSE: MPC) announced today that board memberJohn P. Surmahas been elected by the board of directors to serve as non-executive chairman of the board. MPC also announced today that MPC President and Chief Executive OfficerMichael J. Henniganhas been elected to serve as a member of the board...
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    3. Marathon Petroleum Bows to Activist Push With Spinoff, CEO Exit

      Marathon Petroleum Bows to Activist Push With Spinoff, CEO Exit
      Marathon Petroleum Corp. buckled under pressure from shareholders and announced the spinoff of its retail fuel-station business and the departure of its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, just five weeks after activist investor Elliott Management Corp. went public with demands for a radical overhaul of the company. Marathon confirmed the plan Thursday, along with a review of its pipeline business...
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    4. This CEO Makes 900 Times More than Company's Typical Employee

      This CEO Makes 900 Times More than Company's Typical Employee
      If theres one thing that gets people more upset than high CEO pay , its when companies pay CEOs absurdly more than rank-and-file employees. Many big companies pay their CEOs 100 or even 300 times more than their typical workers. But the Wall Street Journal reports that one firm based in Ohio paid its CEO a whopping 935 times more than its median worker last year...
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