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    1. Activist Primestone Capital Calls for Cost Overhaul at St James's Place

      Activist Primestone Capital Calls for Cost Overhaul at St James's Place

      Matt Hancock defends refusal to climb down on free school meals Felicity Huffman completes her sentence for exam cheating scandal By Simon Jessop LONDON (Reuters) - Activist investor Primestone Capital on Monday wrote an open letter to the board of British wealth manager St James's Place calling for a broad overhaul of the company's cost base to improve shareholder returns...

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      Mentions: Carlyle culture Asia
    2. Byron Allen’s Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Against Charter Communications Moves Forward

      Byron Allen’s Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Against Charter Communications Moves Forward

      Byron Allen and Entertainment Studios announced Friday that its lawsuit against telecommunications giant Charter is set to move forward. Federal District Court Judge George H. Wu has ruled in favor for Allen’s $10 billion dollar lawsuit against Charter Communications for racial discrimination...

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    3. Pharma Execs are Getting Multimillion-Dollar Payouts — Without Even Producing a Vaccine

      Pharma Execs are Getting Multimillion-Dollar Payouts — Without Even Producing a Vaccine

      Pharma execs are getting multimillion-dollar payouts — without even producing a vaccine Executives at pharmaceutical firms tasked with developing lifesaving drugs for the coronavirus — and receiving billions of dollars in federal funding — are taking home multimillion-dollar compensation packages even before their companies produce a working treatment...

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    4. Dell Returns to Public Stock Market After Years as Private Company

      Dell Returns to Public Stock Market After Years as Private Company

      Dell returned to the public market on Friday, ending a long saga that began when CEO and founder Michael Dell took the declining company private in 2013 through a $25 billion buyout with Silver Lake. The next five years saw Dell make gains in cloud computing and the enterprise, and the company’s gaming PC division is also a strong performer...

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      Mentions: Stock Market IPO NYSE
    5. A New Study Shows Why Companies Whose Employees Blow The Whistle on Wrongdoing Perform Better

      A New Study Shows Why Companies Whose Employees Blow The Whistle on Wrongdoing Perform Better

      A new study shows why companies whose employees blow the whistle on wrongdoing perform better CNBC 11 hrs ago A report, entitled "Evidence on the Use and Efficacy of Internal Whistleblowing Systems," analysed over 10 years' worth of records from NAVEX Global, and found that disclosure helps boost a company's performance in the longer term. The study's criteria covered a range of categories, including financial reporting, sexual harassment and workplace safety, among others...

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    6. Top Compensated CEO Rankings Criticized as “Too Much” with Top Spot at Over 500 Million USD

      Top Compensated CEO Rankings Criticized as “Too Much” with Top Spot at Over 500 Million USD

      In 2017, the CEO of the US company with the highest board member compensation was Evan Spiegel, the CEO of Snap Inc. Spiegel, who is famous for “Snapchat”, earned 504 million USD. In the second and third places were Scott Nuttall and Joseph Y. Bae, both of whom are co-presidents of the major New York based investment company KKR, received over 200 million USD...

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      Mentions: Investment KKR Tesla
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