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    2. At Citi, Pandit is Gone but Still Serving the Bank's Shareholders

      At Citi, Pandit is Gone but Still Serving the Bank's Shareholders
      Michael L. Corbatis approaching his first anniversary as chief executive ofCitigroup. The banks chairman, Michael E. ONeill, installed him after organizing a putsch to oustVikram Panditas C.E.O. The new boss has accelerated some cost cuts and clarified strategy around the edges, but the broad direction is still Mr. Pandits. Either way, it is serving shareholders well...
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    3. Two Founders of BlackBerry Weighing a Takeover Offer

      Two Founders of BlackBerry Weighing a Takeover Offer
      OTTAWA The two men who founded the company that becameBlackBerrymay now try to save it. In a regulatory filing on Thursday, Mike Lazaridis and Douglas Fregin said that they were considering a bid for the 92 percent of the company that they do not own. They also said they had hiredGoldman Sachsand Centerview Partners as advisers...
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    4. Activist Pushes for Split of Darden Restaurants

      Activist Pushes for Split of Darden Restaurants
      An activist investor is hungry for change atDarden RestaurantsInc.DRI+7.11%. Hedge fund Barington Capital Group LP, along with other investors, has taken a 2.8% stake in Darden, the owner of Olive Garden, Red Lobster and six other restaurant chains. The fund is pushing for Darden to form two separate companies, among other changes, according to people familiar with the matter...
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    5. Men's Wearhouse Board Rejects Unsolicited Offer from Jos. A. Bank

      Men's Wearhouse Board Rejects Unsolicited Offer from Jos. A. Bank
      FREMONT, Calif., Oct. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Men's Wearhouse (NYSE: MW) today announced that its Board of Directors, after careful evaluation with the assistance of its financial and legal advisors, has determined to reject an unsolicited, non-binding proposal from Jos. A. Bank, which is subject to substantial debt and equity financing, due diligence and regulatory approval, to acquire Men's Wearhouse for $48.00 per share in cash. The ...
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    6. Blackberry Reaches $4.7B Deal to Go Private

      Blackberry Reaches $4.7B Deal to Go Private
      BlackBerry said on Monday that it had reached a preliminary agreement to be taken private by a group led by Fairfax Financial Holdings. The company signed a letter of intent that would pay shareholders $9 a share in cash, a deal that values the faltering smartphone maker at about $4.7 billion, according to a press release. Fairfax, a Canadian insurer, already owns 10 percent of BlackBerry...
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    1. According to the voluntary guidelines issued by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, the maximum number of public companies in which an individual may serve as an independent director should be restricted to seven. It needs to be examined whether to restrict the number of independent directorships.
      In Sebi may make independent director post unattractive
    2. It's a new factor on the playing board for public companies.
      In CEOs are Opening Their Boardrooms to Hedge Fund 'White Squires' to Keep Other Activists Out
    3. That such an elite group has backed a broad governance framework makes clear that corporate governance has entered the mainstream and should be a focus for all public companies.
      In Some of Largest Names in Finance Sign on to New Principles for Corporate Governance