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    2. FirstGroup: Rebuffs Shareholder Push to Change CEO

      FirstGroup: Rebuffs Shareholder Push to Change CEO
      (Reuters) - Britain's FirstGroup plc on Tuesday rejected top shareholder Coast Capital's proposals to appoint a new chief executive, overhaul its board and exit the rail business, saying they were not in the company's "best interests". Bowing to investor pressure, FirstGroup last week put its iconic North American bus line Greyhound for sale and said it would spin off its UK First Bus business...
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    3. Facebook Keeps Three-Yearly 'Say on Pay' Vote, Amid Outside Investor Doubts

      Facebook Keeps Three-Yearly 'Say on Pay' Vote, Amid Outside Investor Doubts
      BOSTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Inc investors will only get to vote on the pay of Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg every three years, rather than annually as most outside shareholders would prefer, according to a vote tally released by the world's largest social media company late on Monday, following its annual meeting last ...
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    1. The one advantage of having them separated is if you get a mediocre CEO it is a lot easier to do something about it if you've got a separate chairman.
      Warren Buffett in Warren Buffett And CalSTRS Agree On Brian Moynihan's Performance At Bank Of America
    2. What I hear our CEO telling us is that some tough decisions will need to be made soon.
      In 3 Ways To Keep Your Board From Getting Bored
    3. The tender offer is an aggressive entrenchment move aimed at enabling the CEO to use the shareholders' money to gain control over the company.
      In How Wall Street Enabled A Controversial Power Grab At A Wannabe Berkshire Hathaway