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    2. How a Fortune 500 Director Governs Her Own Career—With Help From Diane von Furstenberg

      How a Fortune 500 Director Governs Her Own Career—With Help From Diane von Furstenberg
      Dambisa Moyo wrote the book How Boards Work to explain what corporate board members do. She turns to her own personal board of directors for advice on how to do it better. The Zambian-born economist currently serves as a director for three companies: manufacturer 3M Co., energy giant Chevron Corp. and publisher Cond Nast. That assignment, she said, is different than it was just a decade ago. Board members not ...
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    3. Exxon Activist Wins Board Seats in Historic Climate Victory

      Exxon Activist Wins Board Seats in Historic Climate Victory
      (Bloomberg) -- Exxon Mobil Corp. CEO Darren Woods was dealt a stunning defeat by shareholders when a tiny activist investment firm snagged at least two board seats and promised to push the crude driller to diversify beyond oil and fight climate change. For Woods, who had aggressively opposed the insurgents, it was just the latest setback in a rocky 4 1/2-year tenure that has seen what was once the worlds ...
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    4. Shell on Trial as Court Weighs its Climate Responsibility

      Shell on Trial as Court Weighs its Climate Responsibility
      A Dutch court verdict against Royal Dutch Shell Plc will determine whether it has a legal responsibility for climate change, in a case that will be watched by Big Oil executives globally. A panel of judges in a lower court in The Hague will rule on Wednesday in a case being followed closely by environmental campaigners too...
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    5. Exxon Activist Gets a Boost as ISS Supports Three Nominees

      Exxon Activist Gets a Boost as ISS Supports Three Nominees
      (Bloomberg) -- An investor pushing for changes at Exxon Mobil Corp. got a boost from a prominent advisory firm, which urged shareholders to support some of the activists board nominees. Institutional Shareholder Services Inc. weighed in Friday on the months-long fight between Engine No. 1 and the oil and gas giant. It recommended investors vote for three of the four nominees from Engine No. 1s slate: Gregory Goff, Kaisa Hietala, and ...
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    6. Shell Asks Investors to Vote Against Activist Climate Resolution

      Shell Asks Investors to Vote Against Activist Climate Resolution
      (Bloomberg) -- Royal Dutch Shell Plcs board has urged shareholders to reject a climate resolution filed by Dutch activist investor Follow This in favor of its own energy transition plan, which the company will put to a vote next month. The Anglo-Dutch major said that the Follow This resolution, which asks Shell to set and publish targets consistent with the goals of the Paris climate agreement, is redundant given its own ...
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    7. Exxon Is Said to Be in Talks With D.E. Shaw Over New Directors

      Exxon Is Said to Be in Talks With D.E. Shaw Over New Directors
      (Bloomberg) -- Exxon Mobil Corp. is expected to announce board changes as soon as Tuesday, and talks are continuing with investor D.E. Shaw Co. that may lead to additional director nominations in the weeks ahead, according to people familiar with the matter. D.E. Shaw met with representatives from the oil giant on Friday and presented a list of potential directors, the people said, asking not to be identified because ...
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    8. Carl Icahn may be Right about Occidental’s Anadarko Deal, But for a Different Reason

      Carl Icahn may be Right about Occidental’s Anadarko Deal, But for a Different Reason
      Activist investor Carl Icahn has complained that Occidental Petroleum Corp.s deal for Anadarko Petroleum Corp. was too rich, pointing at interference from Berkshire Hathaway Inc.s Warren Buffett and a competing bid from Chevron Corp. Icahn may be right about the deal, but academic research points to a different potential factor that Icahn has not identified. Occidental OXY, +3.02% and Anadarko APC, +1.11% share the same audit ...
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    9. Icahn Looks to Occidental’s Ex-CEO for Help in Fight With Company

      Icahn Looks to Occidental’s Ex-CEO for Help in Fight With Company
      Occidental Petroleum Corp. Chief Executive Vicki Hollub is eager to move forward following her $38 billion deal to buy Anadarko Petroleum Corp. But first she has to deal with Carl Icahn, who is trying to bring Ms. Hollubs predecessor back into the boardroom. The activist investor has already pushed for four seats on Occidentals board, arguing that Ms. Hollub ignored investors and made costly rookie mistakes in her bid to ...
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