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    1. Uber Will Tie Executive Compensation to Meeting Diversity Goals

      Uber Will Tie Executive Compensation to Meeting Diversity Goals

      Uber’s workforce may still be mostly white men, but the company says it is taking new measures to diversify its staff, especially managerial roles. The newly public ride-hailing company released on Monday its latest diversity report, which included a breakdown of its US workforce by race or ethnicity and gender. White men still make up the majority (30.1%) of its staff, a pattern that is even more evident in leadership, tech, and leadership in tech roles...

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    2. Elon Musk will face Tesla's shareholders

      Elon Musk will face Tesla's shareholders

      Tesla will host its annual shareholder meeting Tuesday. A lot — a whole lot — has happened since the last time CEO Elon Musk faced stockholders in this formal setting a year ago. Musk announced plans to take the company private last August, claiming that he had “funding secured” to do so. It soon turned out that he had not in fact secured funding , and he quickly dropped those plans .

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    3. McDonald's is Under Pressure as Allegations of Sexual Harassment Surface and Activists Circle the Wagons

      McDonald's is Under Pressure as Allegations of Sexual Harassment Surface and Activists Circle the Wagons

      McDonald’s is taking a lot of heat from workers’ rights groups leading up to its annual shareholder meeting Thursday. This week, the burger chain has been accused of failing to protect workers from sexual harassment and violence . High-profile activists like actress Padma Lakshmi joined a worker protest in Chicago. And Time’s Up , which aims to combat workplace sexual misconduct, sent an open letter to McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook...

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    4. Apple's new iPhones are boring. Investors Should Rejoice

      Apple's new iPhones are boring. Investors Should Rejoice

      Wall Street’s response to Apple’s annual product release on Wednesday was, as one analyst described it, a yawn. The company unveiled a handful of new devices and modest updates , including three new versions of the iPhone X and an Apple Watch with new features. All of that was expected. There was little fanfare. Apple shares dipped slightly Wednesday, down 1.2%...

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