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Surprise! Facebook Directors Weren't Villains
Facebook Inc.'s surprise decision to spike a controversial stock plan was viewed as the little-guy shareholders standing up to Mark Zuckerberg when the company's compliant board would not.
Mark Zuckerberg adds grease to the fire on the Philly cheesesteak war  NJ.com
Facebook Down As Zuckerberg Scraps Stock Plan; Will Sell Shares  Investor's Business Daily
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Target just gave employees a raise — here's what 19 other major retailers pay
Joanely Carrero restocks shelves at a Target store, where a week ago she became a full time employee after being hired initially as a seasonal worker on January 5, 2011 in Miami, Florida.
Target to increase its minimum hourly wage to $15 by the end of 2020  Chicago Tribune
Target Is Smart to Raise Its Minimum Wage  Bloomberg
Deloitte hit by cyber attack, says 'very few' clients affected
LONDON (Reuters) - Global accountancy firm Deloitte [DLTE.UL] said on Monday it had been hit in a cyber attack that had compromised the data of a small number of its clients, but gave few details about how its systems had been breached.
Deloitte hit by data breach  BBC News
Deloitte Email Platform and Client Data Hit by Cyberattack  Bloomberg
Fighting for survival in London, Uber says it can improve
A photo illustration shows the Uber app on a mobile telephone, as it is held up for a posed photograph in central London, Britain September 22, 2017.
Uber CEO admits 'we've got things wrong' in open letter  Mashable
Taking a back seat with Uber, Lyft or a taxi: is it about being first class?  Washington Post
Fed's Dudley Makes Case for More Rate Hikes
Expressing confidence that weak inflation is transitory, New York Federal Reserve Bank President William Dudley continued to make the case for more rate hikes ahead in a speech Monday morning.
Fed needs to see prices rise before next rate hike, Evans says  Reuters
Fed's Dudley Sees Inflation Restraints Proving Temporary  Bloomberg
Here's Our First Good Look At How The Tesla Model 3's Touch Screen Works
Easily one of the most controversial and surprising things about the Tesla Model 3 was its single rectangular 17-inch touchscreen on the dashboard and seeming lack of any physical controls.
Denver PD Put Tesla Model S Into Service  InsideEVs
Here's our closest look at the Tesla Model 3 touchscreen yet  The Verge
Disney, Altice face-off over price of ESPN, other channels
More than 2.6 million New York area pay-TV customers could soon lose ABC and ESPN in a dispute over how much cable company Altice USA should pay The Walt Disney Co.
Disney warns Altice NY customers they may lose ESPN, ABC  THE BUSINESS TIMES
Disney and Altice spar over cost of carrying ESPN and ABC  Financial Times
In Queso Wars, Del Taco Is a Bigger Winner Than Chipotle
Both Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. and Del Taco Restaurants Inc. introduced new queso dishes in the past month. But the latter chain may get more of a sales boost from the melted-cheese item than its rival.
Del Taco Restaurants (TACO): Raising Estimates On Queso Launch  StreetInsider.com
Nets A/S sold to private equity for $5.3 billion
A consortium led by U.S. buyout firm Hellman & Friedman LLC on Monday agreed to acquire Denmark's Nets A/S for 33.07 billion Danish Krone ($5.3 billion), the latest bet by private equity on the payments-processing sector.
The Buyout Bubble's Poster Child  Bloomberg
This $5.3 Billion Offer for Nets Is the Latest Sign of a Payments M&A Binge  Fortune
General Electric unloads its industrial unit for $2.6 billion
The power-grids maker ABB is buying General Electric's Industrial Solutions business for $2.6 billion in a bet it can improve the division's lackluster margins over the next five years, the Swiss engineering company said on Monday.
Under Pressure From Activists, GE Is Selling Another Business  Fortune
ABB chief says he is 'very confident' about rebuilding GE business ...  CNBC