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    1. Ribbon Communications Announces Three New Appointments to its Board of Directors

      Ribbon Communications Announces Three New Appointments to its Board of Directors

      Ribbon Communications Inc. (Nasdaq: RBBN), a global provider of real time communications software and network solutions to service providers, enterprises, and critical infrastructure sectors, today announced three new appointments to the company's Board of Directors. The three new directors, Shaul Shani , Mariano de Beer , and Tanya Tamone...

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    2. Mark Wiseman Named Chair of AIMCo Board of Directors

      Mark Wiseman Named Chair of AIMCo Board of Directors

      Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo) today announced the appointment and designation of Mark Wiseman as a Director and Chair of the Board of Directors effective July 1, 2020 , upon the completion of current Chair Richard Bird's second three-year term as a member of the AIMCo Board. This announcement follows the signing of the Order in Council, O.C. 186/2020, by the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta...

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    3. Dr. Gil Kliman and Tom Frinzi Appointed to STAAR Surgical Board of Directors

      Dr. Gil Kliman and Tom Frinzi Appointed to STAAR Surgical Board of Directors

      STAAR Surgical Company (NASDAQ: STAA), a leading developer, manufacturer and marketer of implantable lenses and companion delivery systems for the eye, today announced the appointment of Gilbert H. Kliman, M.D., Managing Partner, InterWest Partners and Thomas G. Frinzi, former Worldwide President, Surgical, Johnson & Johnson Vision, to its Board of Directors...

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    4. Brian D. Obergfell, Robyn DesHotel and Andrew Reicher Join the Board of Directors for National Cooperative Bank

      Brian D. Obergfell, Robyn DesHotel and Andrew Reicher Join the Board of Directors for National Cooperative Bank

      ARLINGTON, Va.May 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- National Cooperative Bank (NCB), a leading financial services company dedicated to providing banking products and services to cooperatives, their members and socially responsible organizations nationwide  is pleased to welcome three new members to its board of directors...

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    5. Hedge Funds Headed to Quarantine Stocks in First Quarter Turmoil

      Hedge Funds Headed to Quarantine Stocks in First Quarter Turmoil

      (Bloomberg) -- As the world began to go into lockdown, the biggest money managers loaded up on quarantine stocks." data-reactid="19">(Bloomberg) -- As the world began to go into lockdown, the biggest money managers loaded up on quarantine stocks. Netflix Inc., Peloton Interactive Inc., Amazon.com Inc. and Zoom Video Communications Inc. were some of the most sought-after names in the first quarter, according to regulatory filings...

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    6. Pandemic Stirs Wall Street’s Social Conscience

      Pandemic Stirs Wall Street’s Social Conscience

      (Reuters) - Worker welfare is having a moment on Wall Street. The need to restart production lines and reopen offices idled by the coronavirus pandemic mean issues such as sick pay and working conditions are suddenly a top priority for the C-suite and, for some investors, a golden opportunity to apply the principles of ethical investing...

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    7. Why Amazon, Facebook, Disney Saw Their Chiefs Retake Control

      Why Amazon, Facebook, Disney Saw Their Chiefs Retake Control

      Over the past few months, some of the world’s biggest companies’ CEOs have reasserted themselves in ways they haven’t in the past. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has “jumped into action steering Facebook ( FB ) into a high-profile campaign,” the Wall Street Journal recently wrote after consolidating power on Facebook’s board last December. Bob Iger, the longtime CEO of Disney ( DIS ), retired from top management in February, postponing something that he had planned to do for many years...

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    8. WeWork v. SoftBank: A $3 Billion Battle Involving Two Ailing Companies that were on Top of the World Just 9 Months Ago

      WeWork v. SoftBank: A $3 Billion Battle Involving Two Ailing Companies that were on Top of the World Just 9 Months Ago

      Who could possibly blame SoftBank for walking away last month from its $3 billion tender offer for WeWork shares— part of a $9.5 billion bailout package it signed last October? SoftBank Group ( SFTBY ) is the Tokyo-based, publicly traded conglomerate founded by entrepreneur and investor Masayoshi Son in 1981. Son, who still runs the company, made his name and fortune with early bets on Yahoo in 1995; Chinese e-commerce behemoth Alibaba Group ( BABA ) in 1999; and Japanese telecom companies...

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