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    1. How California’s ‘Woman Quota’ is Already Changing Corporate Boards

      How California’s ‘Woman Quota’ is Already Changing Corporate Boards

      For 46 publicly held companies in California with all-male boards, the clock is ticking.  The corporations, including pharmaceutical, financial and software companies that tend to be on the smaller, younger side, have only until revelers ring in 2020 to name a woman to their boards of directors or face a $100,000 penalty...

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    2. Uber’s New CEO Could get $200 Million to Exit Expedia

      Uber’s New CEO Could get $200 Million to Exit Expedia

      Business Uber’s new CEO could get $200 million to exit Expedia In this July 13, 2012, file photo, Dara Khosrowshahi the CEO of Expedia, Inc., attends the Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference in Sun Valley, Idaho. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File) By Bloomberg | August 28, 2017 at 8:07 am Uber Technologies Inc.’s new chief executive officer likely comes with a price tag in the neighborhood of $200 million...

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    3. Avoid This Mistake When You're Negotiating Executive Pay

      Avoid This Mistake When You're Negotiating Executive Pay

      As you travel up the ladder to the executive level, chances are your salary negotiations will be different than when you were a mid-level employee. Your paychecks will get fatter—and more complex. You’ll still likely receive a salary, but it might represent a smaller share of your potential earnings ...

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