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    1. AutoNation Shareholders Vote Against Split in Chair, CEO Roles

      AutoNation Shareholders Vote Against Split in Chair, CEO Roles

      ...who has owned stock in AutoNation since 2000, was rejected by 72 percent of shareholders. Chevedden is an activist shareholder who makes proposals at the nation’s largest companies. He has had some success in getting proposals approved. He couldn’t immediately be reached for comment after the vote because he was not at the meeting. The proposal was made in person by Heather Mar, who did not otherwise identify herself....

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    2. AutoNation Shareholders to Vote on Proposal to Split Chair and CEO Roles

      AutoNation Shareholders to Vote on Proposal to Split Chair and CEO Roles

      Instead of focusing on corporate governance , AutoNation chooses to “attack the person who is proposing the amendment,” he said. There has been some pushback from the SEC on shareholder proposals, with the regulatory agency issuing a legal brief suggesting some restrictions. The SEC declined to ...

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    3. AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson appointed chairman of Federal Reserve in Atlanta

      AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson appointed chairman of Federal Reserve in Atlanta

      He previously served on the board of directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's Miami Branch, and he led the branch's board in 2013. Additionally, Myron A. Gray, president of U.S. operations of United Parcel Service in Atlanta, was appointed as deputy chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of ...

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    4. Outgoing Citrix CEO to Collect Nearly $32 Million in Severance

      Outgoing Citrix CEO to Collect Nearly $32 Million in Severance

      Business Outgoing Citrix CEO to collect nearly $32 million in severance Kirill Tatarinov, who came to a "mutual separation decision" with Citrix's board, leaves the CEO position with nearly $32 million package, Equilar estimates. Kirill Tatarinov, who came to a "mutual separation decision" with Citrix's board, leaves the CEO position with nearly $32 million package, Equilar estimates...

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    5. Citrix Announces Surprise CEO Change, Calls Move 'Mutual Separation'

      Citrix Announces Surprise CEO Change, Calls Move 'Mutual Separation'

      Citrix Systems announced its second top leadership change in three years on Monday, replacing CEO Kirill Tatarinov with chief financial officer David Henshall as the new president and CEO. Citrix’s stock finished the trading day at $79.83, up 66 cents or 0.83 percent prior to the announcement. But in after hours trading following the statement, the shares fell by as much as 3.76 percent to $77...

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    6. Women Board Members in Florida Reach 20 Percent Mark, Report Says

      Women Board Members in Florida Reach 20 Percent Mark, Report Says

      Florida's major public and private companies added three women to their boards this year, for a total of 53 women board members compared with 50 a year ago, according to a report by 2020 Women on Boards. That's 20 percent of companies in the state with women on their boards, up from up from 18.7 percent in 2015, according to 2020 Women on Boards, a national organization that has been advocating for at least 20 percent representation by women on corporate boards ...

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    7. Office Depot Names Former Staples Executive to Board

      Office Depot Names Former Staples Executive to Board

      Boca Raton-based Office Depot has appointed a new director, a Hilton hotel executive who worked for rival Staples for 18 years. Kristin Campbell, who has served as executive vice president and general counsel for Hilton Worldwide Holdings since June 2011, has been named to Office Depot's board of directors, the company said Monday. Office Depot recently voted to increase its board from 10 to 11 members ...

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    8. New Citrix CEO Faces First Annual Shareholders Meeting Thursday

      New Citrix CEO Faces First Annual Shareholders Meeting Thursday

      Marcia Heroux Pounds . Citrix, which designs software for business and worker mobility, said GoToMyPC was its only product affected by the hack. R.W. Baird analyst Steve Ashley said he doesn't expect Tatarinov to dwell on it. "I am sorry to say a company not being hacked is newsworthy today," he said in an email. The attack didn't seem to affect Citrix stock's price, which has a 52-week range of $60.91 to $90. The stock closed Tuesday at $85.24...

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    9. Office Depot Shareholders to Vote on Staples Merger Friday

      Office Depot Shareholders to Vote on Staples Merger Friday

      With Office Depot's Boca Raton headquarters and about 2,000 jobs at stake, Office Depot shareholders are scheduled to vote Friday on the office-supply retailer's proposed merger with Staples. If the $6.3 billion merger is approved, it will be one more step toward creating a single giant office-supply superstore in the nation. Office Depot previously merged with rival OfficeMax in 2013 in a $1.2 billion transaction, and the proposed merger with Staples was announced on Feb. 4...

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    10. Office Depot Shareholder Lawsuits Dismissed in Palm Beach County

      Office Depot Shareholder Lawsuits Dismissed in Palm Beach County

      Lawsuits filed in Florida by Office Depot stockholders challenging the Boca Raton-based retailer's planned merger with Staples have been dismissed by the Palm Beach County Circuit Court, a recent securities filing revealed. The shareholders could file their complaints in Delaware, where there were nine lawsuits challenging the merger, which have since been consolidated...

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