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Yves Carcelle’s legacy

After his death yesterday, Yves Carcelle, the longtime chief executive of Louis Vuitton, is being remembered for his approach to both his brand and his professional relationships.

Haider Khan joins Bayut.com as CEO

Haider Khan has joined the UAE’s leading property portal Bayut.com as Chief Executive Officer. Haider Khan co-founded Bayut.com with his brothers Zeeshan Ali Khan and Imran Ali Khan in 2008 and has been a vital part of the portal’s growth and success as a board member.

Abbreviated Pundit Round-up: War and peace on Labor Day

EJ Dionne: Who knew that one of the best made-for-Labor-Day speeches in U.S. history would be delivered by a chief executive? And who could have guessed that the summer’s major labor story would not be about a CEO saving the jobs ofShow More Summary

China to Hong Kong: No Open Elections

Pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong have vowed to make good on their threat of widespread civil disobedience after Beijing crushed hopes of an open election for the territory's chief executive in 2017. China's legislature ruled that candidates must be backed by a nominating committee, a move that means voters are...

Democracy snub leaves Hong Kong only bad choices

Citizens in the former colony have two options: choose between Beijing-approved chief executive candidates, or don’t vote at all. The new ruling leaves little room for compromise and risks a showdown with protesters. China’s leaders seem to care ever less what the world thinks.

Beijing Expects Hong Kong People to be Rubber Stamps

David Webbs a finance news commentator concluded that the Beijing decision on the nomination of Chief Executive candidates in 2017 is to turn Hong Kong people into rubber stamps. Written by Oiwan Lam · comments (0) Donate · Share this: twitter facebook reddit googleplus

China Won't Allow Open Elections in Hong Kong

China's central government declared on Sunday that all candidates for Hong Kong's chief executive position in the 2017 election must be approved by Beijing's 1,200-member nominating committee, quashing the notion of a fully democratic...Show More Summary

Beijing rejects full Hong Kong democracy

``The National People's Congress Standing Committee (NPCSC) - China's top legislative committee - decided that the city's next chief executive will be elected by popular vote in 2017, but only after each candidate is approved by a majority...Show More Summary

Hong Kong Activists Protest China's Control Of Leadership Vote

yesterdayNews : The Two-Way

People in the former British colony are angered that a vote for the territory's next chief executive will be from a list of candidates hand-pickled by Beijing.

No One Agrees On How Much Brands Are Worth Or Why

WHEN Imperial Tobacco, the world's fourth-largest cigarette-maker, said in July that it would spend $7.1 billion to expand its business in America, its chief executive, Alison Cooper, was adamant on one point: it will not be buying companies. Instead,...Show More Summary

Landslide: Portrush Members Vote 235-2 To Hold The Open

Even though R&A Chief Executive Architect Peter Dawson has all sorts of changes in mind

FT Vet Rona Fairhead Expected To Be First Woman To Chair BBC Trust

Former Financial Times Group chief executive Rona Fairhead is understood to have been selected by the British government as the next chair of the BBC Trust, the body that oversees the BBC. Fairhead still has to be questioned by the Culture,...Show More Summary

Analysis: Obama sets his own pace in a world of crisis

obamaBy Karen DeYoung and Dan Balz Short of world war, it’s rare that a chief executive goes through a foreign policy month like President Obama’s August. U.S. warplanes struck in Iraq for the first time in years, as U.S. diplomats struggled to establish a new government in Baghdad. Show More Summary

Fiat-Chrysler sees New York stock market listing on October 13

2 days agoNews : The Newsroom

By Paolo Biondi RIMINI Italy (Reuters) - Fiat-Chrysler aims to list shares in the newly merged carmaker in New York on Oct. 13, Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne said on Saturday, adding that a decision on any capital increase would be made at the end of that month. Show More Summary

Fiat-Chrysler CEO Says October 13 Is Possible Date For Wall Street IPO

MILAN (Reuters) - The chief executive of Fiat-Chrysler, Sergio Marchionne, said on Saturday October 13 was the first possible date for the group to launch its initial public offering on Wall Street. "October 13 is the first possible date," Marchionne told reporters on the sidelines of a meeting in Rimini. Show More Summary

Medtronic Will Pay CEO’s $25 Million Tax Bill on Merger

Bloomberg: Medtronic Will Pay CEO’s $25 Million Tax Bill on Merger, by Michelle Fay Cortez & Zachary R. Mider: Medtronic plans to pick up a $25 million tax bill for Chief Executive Officer Omar Ishrak, the cost of a special penalty imposed by Congress on executives who shift their company’s...

Anatomy of an Illinois patronage scandal

It began with an anonymous complaint to the state's Office of the Executive Inspector General in April 2011: The sister-in-law of the Illinois Department of Transportation's chief counsel had been hired by IDOT without an interview,Show More Summary

Under-fire Celtic boss Deila gets vote of confidence

Celtic's under-pressure manager Ronny Deila was given a vote of confidence by the Scottish champions' chief executive Peter Lawwell on Friday. Deila endured heavy criticism following Celtic's shock defeat against Maribor in the Champions League play-offs in midweek. Show More Summary

Rovio admits its feathers have been clipped by announcing CEO replacement

Rovio has announced that it will replace founder Mikael Hed as chief executive in January. The change, as the Wall Street Journal notes, is perhaps the first sign that the struggling company is aware that its plans to continue bastardizing the Angry Birds franchise might not be enough to save it. Show More Summary

GROWMARK CEO Retiring Comments

After 38 years with one company, GROWMARK chief executive officer Jeff Solberg, has announced his retirement. Solberg joined GROWMARK in 1976 and has held many leadership positions, including Senior Vice President, Finance, Vice President, Finance, and Treasurer. Show More Summary

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