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    1. P&G to Reorganize Structure in Move That Might Make Nelson Peltz Proud

      P&G to Reorganize Structure in Move That Might Make Nelson Peltz Proud

      (Bloomberg) -- Procter & Gamble Co. said Thursday it will simplify its corporate structure, a move likely to please activist investor and board member Nelson Peltz, who spent much of last year agitating for a reorganization to goose innovation and recapture sales. Key Insights The plan, announced at an investor day in Cincinnati, includes cost savings, better packaging and consumer communication, and a restructuring into six industry-based business units from 10...

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    2. Thoma Bravo, Apttus's New Owner, Turns to Damage Control with Partners like Salesforce and Faces Questions Over an Exec’s $26 Million 'Parachute Package'

      Thoma Bravo, Apttus's New Owner, Turns to Damage Control with Partners like Salesforce and Faces Questions Over an Exec’s $26 Million 'Parachute Package'
      • Apttus is scrambling to calm employees and partners following allegations of misconduct by its former CEO.
      • David Murphy, the chairman and interim CEO, told staff on Monday that he had to address the concerns with people like Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff.
      • But now employees have a new concern: a potential parachute package worth $26.5 million for Apttus' chief operating officer, who is himself a contentious figure at the company...
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    3. Some Directors Forget How Many Boards They Sit On in Hong Kong

      Some Directors Forget How Many Boards They Sit On in Hong Kong

      (Bloomberg) -- Hong Kong legislator Abraham Shek sits on so many corporate boards that he sometimes can’t keep track of the exact number. Shek in an interview said he’s on "15 or 16 myself" and rejected any suggestion that this could leave him over-extended. “Some people are very efficient in reading documents,” he said...

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    4. Shares Rise on Reports Dell May Increase Tracking Stock Offer

      Shares Rise on Reports Dell May Increase Tracking Stock Offer

      Dell Technologies saw its tracking stock rise more than 6 percent Wednesday following reports that the tech giant is contacting major shareholders to to discuss potentially increasing its tracking stock buyout offer. Dell has reached out to investors to determine what it would take to win their support for its plans to return to the public markets, according to reports from both the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg News Service Round Rock-based Dell -- the largest private employer in Central Texas -- has proposed a $21.7 billion deal that would pay $109 a share to investors in the tracking stock, known ...

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    5. Uber's Board Reportedly Held a 'Marathon Meeting' as it Grapples With its Ties to Saudi Arabia

      Uber's Board Reportedly Held a 'Marathon Meeting' as it Grapples With its Ties to Saudi Arabia
      • Uber's board held a "marathon meeting" last week, Bloomberg reported, as the company grapples with its ties to Saudi Arabia in the wake of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder.
      • The Kingdom now reportedly owns more than 10% of the ride-hailing firm, which is eyeing an IPO as valuable as $120 billion next year...
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    6. Shell, Total Are Big Oil Standouts as Investors Can Track Carbon

      Shell, Total Are Big Oil Standouts as Investors Can Track Carbon

      (Bloomberg) -- Royal Dutch Shell Plc and Total SA are the only companies among the 10 biggest oil and gas producers in the world which disclose how their carbon emissions will decline over time, according to the first analysis of its kind by managers overseeing more than $9 trillion of funds. The Anglo-Dutch and French majors are the only companies among Big Oil to have set long-term plans to significantly reduce their carbon intensity -- or the level of emissions per unit of energy produced...

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    7. Dell Contacts DVMT Investors to Discuss Terms of Deal

      Dell Contacts DVMT Investors to Discuss Terms of Deal

      (Bloomberg) -- Dell Technologies Inc. has reached out to investors to determine what it would take to win their support for its plans to return to the public markets, a person familiar with the matter said. Shareholders, including activist investor Carl Icahn, have balked at the terms of Dell’s proposed deal to take the technology giant public through a $21.7 billion deal involving a tracking stock...

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    8. Papa John's Sets Golden Parachutes Ahead of Possible Sale

      Papa John's Sets Golden Parachutes Ahead of Possible Sale

      In a move that signaled a sale may be close for Papa John's, a board of directors committee has laid out a plan for paying golden parachutes to chief executive Steve Ritchie and and other top leaders at the international pizza chain. Ritchie, for instance, would receive cash severance payments equaling three years of his base salary, or nearly $2.5 million, and additional non-equity incentives of $137,000 if he's terminated after the international pizza chain is sold...

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      Mentions: Management CEO SEC
    9. Takeda Pushes Back as Group Seeks to Stop $62 Billion Shire Deal

      Takeda Pushes Back as Group Seeks to Stop $62 Billion Shire Deal

      (Bloomberg) -- Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. Chief Executive Officer Christophe Weber pushed back against dissident shareholders seeking to stop the Japanese drugmaker’s acquisition of Shire Plc, saying he won’t release minutes of boardroom discussions. A group including members of Takeda’s founding family opposes the planned $62 billion acquisition of the U.K.-listed biotech firm, which would rank as the biggest overseas takeover by a Japanese company...

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    10. CBL Properties Announces Gary Bryenton and Gary Nay to Retire from Board of Directors

      CBL Properties Announces Gary Bryenton and Gary Nay to Retire from Board of Directors

      CBL Properties (NYSE: CBL) today announced that Gary Bryenton and Gary Nay will retire from CBL’s Board of Directors, effective December 31, 2018. “CBL has greatly benefited from the valuable insight, guidance and direction by these two outstanding members of the Board,” said Charles B. Lebovitz, Chairman of the Board...

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    11. Citigroup Just Made a Big Decision About its Board of Directors That is Rare Across Wall Street

      Citigroup Just Made a Big Decision About its Board of Directors That is Rare Across Wall Street
      • Citigroup's board has chosen John Dugan, the former head of the OCC, to be its next chairman, according to a company statement.
      • Dugan will replace Mike O'Neill, who's leaving after hitting the mandatory retirement age of 72, on January 1.
      • The choice of Dugan rather than Citi CEO Mike Corbat, also thought to be in the running for the role, preserves a split between the chairman and CEO positions that is relatively rare across Wall Street...
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