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    1. Lawsuit Alleges Xerox CEO Disregarded Board in pursuing Fuji Deal

      Lawsuit Alleges Xerox CEO Disregarded Board in pursuing Fuji Deal

      (Reuters) - A lawsuit is alleging that Xerox Corp ( XRX.N ) Chief Executive Officer Jeff Jacobson pursued a deal with Fujifilm Holdings Corp ( 4901.T ), even after Xerox’s board advised him to halt negotiations, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. FILE PHOTO - Xerox chief executive officer, Jeff Jacobson, takes part in an interview on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., January 4, 2017...

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    2. Fidessa postpones vote on Temenos bid to await possible counter offers

      (Reuters) - British software firm Fidessa ( FDSA.L ) postponed an imminent shareholder vote on whether to back a 1.4 billion pound ($2 billion) takeover bid from Switzerland’s Temenos ( TEMN.S ), saying it might receive two more offers. Fidessa said in a statement that it had received approaches “from two separate third parties who are each considering making an offer for Fidessa at a premium to the Temenos offer.” One of the potential new offers would be at a 5 percent premium to banking software supplier Temenos’s cash bid, it said. It did not disclose details of the other ...

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    3. Elon Musk Runs Tesla – and that Means Shareholders Can Sue

      Elon Musk Runs Tesla – and that Means Shareholders Can Sue

      (Reuters) - Everyone knows Tesla is run by Elon Musk, the visionary CEO who is synonymous with his company. Tesla has acknowledged as much in public filings that described the company as “highly dependent on the services of Elon Musk.” Musk himself called Tesla “my company” in a 2016 conference call with analysts, and he’s claimed publicly that if he had not taken on the CEO job, the company would not have survived...

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    4. Activist CIAM Says Ahold's 'Poison Pill' Unfair for Investors

      Activist CIAM Says Ahold's 'Poison Pill' Unfair for Investors

      LONDON, AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Activist investor CIAM has criticized plans by Dutch food and retail group Ahold Delhaize ( AD.AS ) to renew a governance structure that it said acts as a “poison pill” to potential suitors and has served to keep its share price depressed. FILE PHOTO: Ahold Delhaize CEO Dick Boer at the Ahold Delhaize headquarters in Zaanstad, Netherlands, December 5, 2017...

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    5. Hedge Fund Glenview Ups Stake in Sharpie Maker Newell Brands

      Hedge Fund Glenview Ups Stake in Sharpie Maker Newell Brands

      BOSTON (Reuters) - Hedge fund Glenview Capital Management on Friday said it now owns 5.6 percent of Newell Brands Inc, announcing its increased stake just days after the maker of Sharpie markers and Elmer’s Glue handed activist investor Carl Icahn board seats. FILE PHOTO - Larry Robbins, Founder, Portfolio Manager and CEO, Glenview Capital Management LLC., speaks at the Sohn Investment Conference in New York City, U.S. May 4, 2016...

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    6. Investor Groups Win Vote on RBS Shareholder Committee

      Investor Groups Win Vote on RBS Shareholder Committee

      LONDON (Reuters) - The Royal Bank of Scotland ( RBS.L ) will allow a shareholder vote on whether to give retail investors more power over the British state-backed lender, ceding to a demand from shareholder groups that had fought for this since 2016. Royal Bank of Scotland signs are seen at a branch of the bank, in London, Britain December 1, 2017...

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    7. Activist Investor Sees Diebold Nixdorf Shares Doubling with New CEO

      Activist Investor Sees Diebold Nixdorf Shares Doubling with New CEO

      March 13, 2018 / 9:38 PM / Updated 11 minutes ago Activist investor sees Diebold Nixdorf shares doubling with new CEO Svea Herbst-Bayliss 3 Min Read BOSTON (Reuters) - Activist investor Alexander Roepers recently boosted his firm’s stake in Diebold Nixdorf Inc and said the share price could double within 18 months now that there is a new chief executive at the helm of the automatic teller machine maker...

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    8. Deutsche Bank Bosses to Forego Bonuses After Third Annual Loss

      Deutsche Bank Bosses to Forego Bonuses After Third Annual Loss

      FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Top managers at Deutsche Bank will forego their annual bonuses, CEO John Cryan said, after coming under fire for awarding big incentive payouts even though Germany’s largest bank lost money last year. Deutsche Bank building before the bank's annual news conference in Frankfurt, Germany, February 2, 2018...

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    9. Investor State Street Uses Financial Clout to Get More Women to the Top

      Investor State Street Uses Financial Clout to Get More Women to the Top

      LONDON (Reuters) - Asset manager State Street Global Advisors ( STT.N ), said it will pressure companies to provide more data about the number of women employed at all levels of management and will push for greater diversity at board level. The investor, one of the world’s largest with $2.8 trillion in assets under management, said it plans to begin screening European firms in the STOXX 600 and FTSE 350 .FTLC that it invests in and engaging with them over diversity...

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    10. Truckmaker AB Volvo Drops Geely-Linked Board Member After Daimler Move

      Truckmaker AB Volvo Drops Geely-Linked Board Member After Daimler Move

      STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Truckmaker AB Volvo ( VOLVb.ST ) is dropping the head of Geely-owned ( 0175.HK ) Volvo Cars from its board because of competition concerns after the Chinese group took an almost 10 percent stake in rival Daimler ( DAIGn.DE ). Volvo Cars is a subsidiary of Zheijang Geely Holding Group Co whose main owner is Li Shufu. It was announced on Friday that Li, Geely’s founder, had built up an almost 10 percent stake in Daimler...

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    11. Clariant CEO Says SABIC Deal Beats Huntsman Merger

      Clariant CEO Says SABIC Deal Beats Huntsman Merger

      February 10, 2018 / 3:38 PM / in 9 minutes Clariant CEO says SABIC deal beats Huntsman merger - newspaper Reuters Staff 3 Min Read ZURICH, Feb 10 (Reuters) - Saudi Basic Industries Corp’s (SABIC) move to buy a quarter stake in Clariant is better than the planned merger with U.S.-based Huntsman that was blocked last year by activist investors, the Swiss chemical maker’s CEO said...

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