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    1. Lawsuit Accuses Activision of ‘frat boy’ Workplace Rampant With Sexual Bias

      Lawsuit Accuses Activision of ‘frat boy’ Workplace Rampant With Sexual Bias

      A new lawsuit accuses videogame giant Activision Blizzard Inc. of fostering a “frat boy” workplace culture, including claims of years-long harassment and sexual bias. In a lawsuit filed Tuesday by the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, Santa Monica-based Activision ATVI, -0.37% — which publishes such popular games as “Call of Duty” and “World of Warcraft”...

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    2. Airgain® Announces Addition of Kiva Allgood to Board

      Airgain® Announces Addition of Kiva Allgood to Board

      Airgain, Inc. (NASDAQ: AIRG), a leading provider of advanced wireless connectivity solutions and technologies used to enable high performance wireless networking across a broad range of devices and markets, including consumer, enterprise, and automotive, today announced the appointment of Kiva Allgood to the Airgain board of directors...

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    3. Nelson Peltz Sold More Than $350 Million Worth of P&G Stock in the Open Market This Week

      Nelson Peltz Sold More Than $350 Million Worth of P&G Stock in the Open Market This Week

      Billionaire activist investor and P&G board member still owns a near $800 million stake in the company Getty Images Billionaire activist investor Nelson Peltz has sold more than $350 million worth of Procter & Gamble shares this week, but still owns a near $800 million stake in the consumer products giant...

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    4. Senate Confirms Gary Gensler as SEC Chairman

      Senate Confirms Gary Gensler as SEC Chairman

      The Senate voted Wednesday to confirm Gary Gensler as chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, paving the way for what could be an ambitious financial regulatory agenda under President Joe Biden. The vote was 53-45. Gensler, who began his career as a banker at Goldman Sachs GS, +2.21% , is one of the few Wall Street veterans to win the adoration of the left wing of the Democratic Party after he proved willing to take on the financial services industry as chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, where he helped craft the Dodd-Frank reform legislation and aggressively implemented ...

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    5. Opinion: Longtime Shareholders Deserve Extra Perks for Their Loyalty

      Opinion: Longtime Shareholders Deserve Extra Perks for Their Loyalty

      All shareholders of Churchill Downs get free season passes to its racetracks; Willamette Valley Vineyards rewards all its shareholders with discounts on its wines. Nice perks, but why not offer special rewards, in cash or votes, to a company’s most loyal shareholders, say those with lengthy and/or concentrated ownership in the stock? Companies and shareholders would gain from drawing in such patient and focused shareholders...

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