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    1. ThyssenKrupp Labour Union, Activist Investor Cevian Capital Call for Peace

      ThyssenKrupp Labour Union, Activist Investor Cevian Capital Call for Peace

      Thyssenkrupp AG’s labour unions and activist investor Cevian Capital said they should sit down to hash out plans for the company’s future after the shock resignation of chairman Ulrich Lehner. Talks could potentially bridge a contentious divide between investors, who believe ThyssenKrupp needs to streamline its businesses, and unions that want to safeguard jobs...

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