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    1. Drugmaker Mylan Defends Decision Not to Tell Investors About Land Deals for Cecil HQ

      Drugmaker Mylan Defends Decision Not to Tell Investors About Land Deals for Cecil HQ

      Mylan NV is defending its decision not to tell investors that board member Rodney Piatt was involved in land deals for the company's Cecil headquarters because he was not a direct participant and received no money in the transactions. The world's third-largest generic drugmaker disclosed other business dealings in recent years involving board members, even though those related-party transactions did not include direct payments from Mylan...

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    2. Veteran CEOs find success in comeback role

      Procter & Gamble Co.'s decision Thursday to bring back former Chief Executive Officer A.G. Lafley to replace his successor echoes a now-familiar path epitomized by Steve Jobs at Apple Inc. Another successful comeback was Howard Schultz at Starbucks Corp., while Michael Dell struggled amid declining personal-computer sales after his return. Myron Ullman's second act at J.C. Penney Co. is yet to be tested: he came back last month.

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