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    1. Boardroom free float falls below 10% threshold, Companies & Markets - The Business Times

      Boardroom free float falls below 10% threshold, Companies & Markets - The Business Times

      The free float of corporate secretarial services firm Boardroom fell below the 10 per cent mark as at Thursday 5pm, the company announced in a bourse filing on Friday. Salacca, the GK Goh Holdings unit that launched a takeover offer for Boardroom, does not intend to restore the free float requirement for the mainboard-listed company and will seek to delist it.

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    2. Fiat's Late CEO Marchionne Given US$54M in Pay, Perks for Year he Died, Transport

      Fiat's Late CEO Marchionne Given US$54M in Pay, Perks for Year he Died, Transport

      FIAT Chrysler Automobile NV's late chief executive officer Sergio Marchionne received a total of US$54 million in cash compensation, perks and shares in 2018, the year of his sudden death. About US$42 million of Mr Marchionne's haul came from 2.8 million shares granted under a long-term award that was linked to performance metrics spanning several years...

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    3. Tesla, SolarCity set to announce merger on Monday: sources, Banking & Finance - The Business Times

      Tesla, SolarCity set to announce merger on Monday: sources, Banking & Finance - The Business Times

      Tesla, SolarCity set to announce merger on Monday: sources Founder and CEO of Tesla Motors, Elon Musk. Tesla Motors Inc and SolarCity Corp could announce they have agreed to merge as early as Monday, people familiar with the matter said, setting the stage for a campaign to convince the two companies' shareholders to back the deal....

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    4. The Yin and Yang of Corporate Governance

      The Yin and Yang of Corporate Governance

      ASKED about his philosophy of corporate governance, Global Logistic Properties (GLP) non-executive chairman Seek Ngee Huat brings up the Chinese philosophical concepts of yin and yang. The Chinese speak of finding the right balance through opposite yet complementary forces. To him, corporate governance is a matter of not controlling too much, but setting a framework for managers to work within....

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    5. Oil's Green Investors Win Trojan Horse Victories in Board Access

      Oil's Green Investors Win Trojan Horse Victories in Board Access

      Chevron Corp investors voted 55 per cent in favour of a non- binding resolution that would allow certain holders to nominate a candidate for the board. The company had opposed the measure, saying the so-called "proxy access" initiative would undermine efforts to thoroughly vet prospective directors. Investor majorities at 21 other energy companies have embraced proxy access this year...

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    6. Corporate governance: Year in review

      THE movement towards stronger corporate governance continued apace in 2012 with the introduction of new rules, but two landmark cases served as reminders about how complex the issue can be. On the rules front, analysts and stakeholders lauded updates to the Code of Corporate Governance and the Companies Act. But questions about how to actually practise governance also came under the spotlight amid court action related to Airocean Group and China Sky Chemical Fibre Co. "It was a busy year for Sin

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