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PATRICK THOMAS
Wells Fargo Board Recommends Voting Against Median Gender Pay Gap Proposal
03/18 - By Patrick Thomas Wells Fargo & Co.'s (WFC) board of directors recommended shareholders vote against two proposals, including one that would require the bank to disclose
THOMAS HANDLEY
Ecolab President, Chief Operating Officer Handley to Retire
03/18 - By Colin Kellaher Ecolab Inc. (ECL) on Monday said Thomas Handley, president and chief operating officer, will retire later this year. The St. Paul, Minn., water,
DAVID HENRY
JPMorgan rolls out low-fee, checkless, no-overdraft accounts
03/18 - NEW YORK (Reuters) - Responding to calls for more bank services for low-income consumers, JPMorgan Chase & Co on Monday began offering checkless accounts with access to its mobile app, branches and ATMs for $4.95 a month and no minimum balance.
FRANK APPEL
DHL's Appel Won't Enter Logistics M&A Market
03/17 - By Jennifer Smith The world's largest logistics provider is steering clear of the sector's increasingly active mergers-and-acquisitions market. Frank Appel, chief execu
PHILIP GREEN
Philip Green's Arcadia in restructuring move
03/15 - LONDON (Reuters) - British retail businessman Philip Green is working on a restructuring of his Arcadia Group which owns the Top Shop, Miss Selfridge and Dorothy Perkins chains, the firm said on Friday.
OLEG DERIPASKA
Russian metals tycoon Deripaska sues U.S. over sanctions
03/15 - WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Russian tycoon Oleg Deripaska sued the United States on Friday, alleging that it had overstepped its legal bounds in imposing sanctions on him and made him the "latest victim" in the U.S. probe into Moscow's alleged election interference.
WARREN BUFFETT
Buffett's Berkshire says vice chairmen Jain, Abel each make $18 million
03/15 - (Reuters) - Berkshire Hathaway Inc on Friday said its newest vice chairmen, Greg Abel and Ajit Jain, were each awarded about $18 million (13.56 million pounds) last year, in the first detailed look at the pay of the men considered the leading candidates to succeed Warren Buffett as the conglomerate's chief executive.
DENNIS MUILENBURG
Boeing Chief Dennis Muilenburg Takes Low Profile After Crash
03/15 - By Te-Ping Chen Nearly a week after a fatal air crash involving a Boeing 737 MAX, the chief executive of the airplane manufacturer has stayed mostly silent, save for a few written st
MIUCCIA PRADA
Prada stops end-of-season markdowns to protect brand, margins
03/15 - MILAN (Reuters) - Italian luxury group Prada said on Friday it would stop offering end-of-season promotions at its stores, in a bid to boost margins and protect its brand after achieving revenue growth in 2018 for the first time in four years.
CARLOS GHOSN
Renault pushes back decision over Ghosn's 2018 pay
03/15 - PARIS (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault said on Friday that it had decided to push back a decision regarding the 2018 pay package for ousted boss Carlos Ghosn.
MARTIN SORRELL
WPP To Pay Sorrell Bonus -- WSJ
03/15 - By Nick Kostov WPP PLC said it would pay its former Chief Executive Martin Sorrell shares worth more than 2 million pounds, or $2.65 million, as part of his long-term bonus, despite
ELON MUSK
Top Company News of the Day
03/15 - Tesla's Musk Unveils Model Y SUV in Next Big Wager Elon Musk on Thursday night unveiled the Model Y compact sport-utility vehicle with an eventual starting price of $39,000, his n
PATRICK THOMAS
Oracle's Revenue Declines as It Struggles to Catch Up in Cloud Services -- Update
03/14 - By Jay Greene and Patrick Thomas Oracle Corp. said its revenue fell 1% in its latest quarter, a second-consecutive period of decline as the software giant continues to struggle adapt
MICHAEL POLK
Newell Brands CEO Polk to retire
03/14 - (Reuters) - Newell Brands Inc said Chief Executive Officer Michael Polk would retire at the end of the second quarter, ending a tenure during which the U.S. household goods maker was the target of activist investors and launched a turnaround to slim down its brand portfolio.
ELON MUSK
Chipotle Appoints New Board Members as Kimbal Musk Steps Down
03/14 - By Micah Maidenberg Kimbal Musk, Tesla CEO Elon Musk's brother, is stepping down from the board of Chipotle Mexican Grill, which he joined in 2013, the company said Thursday.
PATRICK THOMAS
Oracle's Revenue Declines 1%
03/14 - By Patrick Thomas Oracle Corp. reported a 1% decline in revenue for its latest quarter, a smaller drop than what Wall Street had been expecting, as the software giant's cloud-service
STEVE WYNN
Top Company News of the Day
03/14 - Dollar General Warns of Slower Sales Growth Dollar General said same-store sales grew in the most recent quarter, but profit was less than expected as it increases the portion of
MARTIN SORRELL
WPP Will Pay Martin Sorrell More Than 2 Million Pounds in Shares as Part of Long-Term Bonus
03/14 - By Nick Kostov WPP PLC said it would pay its former Chief Executive Martin Sorrell shares worth more than 2 million pounds, or $2.65 million, as part of his long-term bonus, despite
IGOR SECHIN
Special Report - How Russia sank billions of dollars into Venezuela quicksand
03/14 - MOSCOW (Reuters) - At the end of 2015, managers at Rosneft, the Russian state-controlled oil firm, sounded the alarm to their bosses about the company's investments in Venezuela. Rosneft's local partner, Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA, owed it hundreds of millions of dollars, according to internal documents, and there seemed no prospect things would get better.
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