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    1. Forget Golf. Women’s Endowment Roles Can Lead to the Boardroom

      Forget Golf. Women’s Endowment Roles Can Lead to the Boardroom

      (Bloomberg Markets) -- The old boys’ network is costing university endowments money. Investment committees that have female majorities typically generate higher returns than committees that don’t. “There’s something about the way women lead and the way they collaborate,” says Jolyne Caruso-FitzGerald, a 35-year Wall Street veteran and chair of the board of trustees at Barnard College, a women’s school in Manhattan. “There’s this intimidation factor on mostly male boards...

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    2. Crescent Point Said to Defeat Activist Investor Cation Capital in Proxy Vote

      Crescent Point Said to Defeat Activist Investor Cation Capital in Proxy Vote

      Crescent Point Energy Corp.’s shareholders are expected to vote against a slate of directors put forth by activist investor Cation Capital Inc., according to people familiar with the matter. Preliminary results show Cation was unable to secure any seats on the board of the Calgary-based oil and gas producer, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the matter is private. The official tallies are expected to be announced at the company’s annual general meeting Friday in Calgary...

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