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    1. CoStar and Warburg Are Said to Be Competing to Buy CoreLogic

      CoStar and Warburg Are Said to Be Competing to Buy CoreLogic

      CoStar Group Inc. and a private equity group led by Warburg Pincus are the final bidders competing for data provider CoreLogic Inc., according to people familiar with the matter. CoreLogic, which is evaluating the offers, is expected to decide in the coming weeks whether to proceed with a sale, said the people, asking not to be identified because the matter is private. No final decision has been made, and CoreLogic may choose to remain independent, they added...

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    2. AIG Weighs IPO or Stake Sale of Life and Retirement Unit

      AIG Weighs IPO or Stake Sale of Life and Retirement Unit

      Insurer American International Group Inc said on Friday it is considering an initial public offering or a private sale of nearly 20% of its life and retirement business to separate the unit from the rest of the company over the coming year. The comments during a quarterly earnings call offered further detail on how it might carry out the long-discussed divestiture, which it announced last week...

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    3. China Makes Investor Class Actions Easier in Crackdown on Corporate Fraud

      China Makes Investor Class Actions Easier in Crackdown on Corporate Fraud

      China wants its army of mom-and-pop investors to take corporate fraudsters to task with landmark class action lawsuits, but heavy government involvement means they are not likely to be as common as in other legal systems, lawyers and investors said. The legal framework, which follows a series of scandals and official vows to crack down on corporate malfeasance, is the latest move to deepen and improve capital markets in China, where 80% of trading is conducted by retail investors...

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    4. AIG Shareholders Approve $43 Million Compensation for CEO Duperreault

      AIG Shareholders Approve $43 Million Compensation for CEO Duperreault

      American International Group Inc said shareholders approved a $43.1 million pay package for 2017 for Chief Executive Officer Brian Duperreault during the company’s annual meeting on Wednesday. A nonbinding resolution to endorse the executive compensation passed with 441,882,782 shares in favor and 267,108,670 shares against, the company said...

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    5. Holmes Murphy Execs Join Agency’s Board of Directors

      Holmes Murphy Execs Join Agency’s Board of Directors

      Holmes Murphy & Associates, has added Ellen Willadsen, chief financial officer, and Steve McManus, senior vice president, to its board of directors. In addition to joining the board of directors, Willadsen also earned a seat on the Holmes Murphy executive committee. Willadsen’s financial stewardship has provided the company with a strong foundation for the future...

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    6. Finance Execs Should Slash Their Pay to Win Back Trust in Business: Lloyd’s CEO

      Finance Execs Should Slash Their Pay to Win Back Trust in Business: Lloyd’s CEO

      Finance executives should consider slashing their own paychecks as the U.K. works to exit the European Union in order to win back the trust of people who have lost faith in large businesses, according to Lloyd’s of London Chief Executive Officer Inga Beale. “The anti-business sentiment is quite disturbing,” Beale said Wednesday in an interview at Bloomberg’s New York headquarters...

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    7. AIG Ceo Focus on Boosting Returns Not 'Too Big to Fail' Label

      AIG Ceo Focus on Boosting Returns Not 'Too Big to Fail' Label

      “Of all of the strategic issues that we face as a leadership team, this doesn’t even make the top 10,” Hancock said Tuesday at a conference, when asked about the company’s status as a non-bank systemically important financial institution, a tag that can bring tighter capital rules. Seeking to reverse that label would be “hugely distracting to management and ...

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