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What's Next for P&G With Peltz on the Board?
With one seat, the insurgent investor isn't likely to succeed at his goal of restructuring the company into three business units.
P&G proxy fight's outcome: chief critic Nelson Peltz joining board
Nelson Peltz finally gets his spot on P&G board  New York Post
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Uber accused of espionage, bribery and hacking by former employee
The $1.86 billion legal battle between ride-hailing giant Uber and Alphabet's self-driving unit Waymo reached a pivotal moment today as the judge in the case released a damning letter based on the account of a former Uber employee.
A bombshell letter charges that Uber hacked into competitors' networks ...  Business Insider
Uber Accused Of Espionage, Bribery, Hacking, And More In Bombshell Letter  BuzzFeed News
Canadian police probe 'suspicious' deaths of billionaire couple
TORONTO - Canadian police said they were investigating the mysterious deaths of Barry Sherman, founder of Canadian pharmaceutical firm Apotex Inc, and his wife, Honey, one of the nation's wealthiest couples whose bodies were found in their mansion on ...
Canadian Pharmaceuticals Billionaire And Wife Found Dead In Toronto Mansion  Forbes
Apotex Founder Barry Sherman, Wife Found Dead in Toronto Home  Wall Street Journal
What's Next After the Repeal of Net Neutrality
The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to discard so-called net neutrality rules that prevented broadband providers from slowing sites or demanding payments from them for fast delivery.
What's Next in the Wake of the FCC's Net-Neutrality Decision  National Review
Senate Democrats to force vote on FCC net neutrality repeal  Reuters
Sanderson Farms connects NFL to recent slump in wing sales
An employee of the Sanderson Farms plant in Waco prepares a box of chicken for shipment. Staff photo - Jerry Larson, file. Facebook · Twitter · Email; Print; Save.
Sanderson Farms' (SAFM) CEO Joe Sanderson on Q4 2017 Results - Earnings ...  Seeking Alpha
Chicken Wing Company Says NFL Player Protests Are Hurting Sales  Bloomberg
An $846000 Inheritance Got Lost In Transit. That Was In February
It has been more than nine months since a family in Canada realized that UPS lost a bank draft worth $846,000 (Canadian) that was sent to an inheritor.
UPS Lost a Man's Nearly $700000 Inheritance—And Here's What ...  Fortune
After losing family's $846K inheritance, UPS offers to refund $32 ...  New York Post
Tesla Muscles Its Way into New Manhattan Showroom
Tesla has opened a 10,900-square-foot showroom in Manhattan's trendy Meatpacking District, which is becoming a technology hub.
Report: Tesla was under SEC investigation over Model 3  The Detroit News
Wall Street is obsessed with Tesla Model 3 production — but investors may ...  Business Insider
Bitcoin futures are about to get another big boost
TD Ameritrade, the largest futures operation of any online brokerage, is going to allow bitcoin futures trading on its platform starting Monday.
TD Ameritrade to Start Bitcoin Futures Trading on Monday  Fortune
Further futures to boost Bitcoin  newsBTC
Mom says airline charged her $150 over breast milk
An Arizona mother is taking actions and getting results after she said she was humiliated by an American Airlines worker in Boston.
Airline company apologizes to mom forced to throw away breast milk  FOX 10 News Phoenix
Airline admits mistake in not letting mother fly with breast milk  Hawaii News Now
After 25 years, New York Times publisher Sulzberger will pass job to his son
New York Times publisher Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr., who oversaw the newspaper through triumph and controversy for the past 25 years, will step down at the end of the year and hand the job to his son, Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, the company said Thursday ...
The media today: A day of shake-ups in the media world  Columbia Journalism Review
5th Generation of Sulzberger Family to Take the Reins at the New York Times  Breitbart News