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    1. Kate Spade is Exploring Ways to Sell Itself — and the Stock is Soaring (KATE)

      Kate Spade is Exploring Ways to Sell Itself — and the Stock is Soaring (KATE)

      Kate Spade is up 11.18% at $21.87 a share as the company said it is "reviewing strategic alternatives," in a press release issued on Thursday.  The handbag and accessories maker is under pressure from New York-based hedge fund Caerus Investors, which sent its board a letter in November pushing for a sale of the company...

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    2. Ralph Lauren is Tanking After its CEO Abruptly Resigns

      Ralph Lauren is Tanking After its CEO Abruptly Resigns

      Ralph Lauren is down almost 10% at $78.62 a share ahead of the opening bell after its CEO resigned on Tuesday.  Reuters reports that Stefan Larsson, its chief executive for just over a year, will step down on May 1 after contention with chairman Ralph Lauren over the direction of the company.  In other challenges, the fashion company reported a 12% drop in holiday quarter revenue to $1.71 billion due to weak consumer demand...

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    3. Banking for the 'Snapchat Generation' is About to Get a Lot Smarter

      Banking for the 'Snapchat Generation' is About to Get a Lot Smarter

      When Business Insider asked experts what they thought would change the financial industry in the next decade, nearly all said automation. But while some saw humans being replaced, others thought the tech will make humans better. This is what we learned aftersurveying chief technology officers, chief innovation officers, startup founders, and venture capitalists ...

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      Mentions: technology
    4. One Change Made Life a Lot Easier for Activist Investors — and Opened the Floodgates

      One Change Made Life a Lot Easier for Activist Investors — and Opened the Floodgates

      Shareholder activism is an expensive venture. True, sending a tweet that you're buying Apple shares, like Carl Icahn does, costs very little. But if you wind up in a full-blown fight for shareholder support, that can cost a bundle. After Nelson Peltz lost this kind of fight with DuPont a few years ago, he said he spent $8 million on the campaign ...

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