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    2. 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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    3. Mark Zuckerberg Asserts Control of Facebook, Pushing Aside Dissenters

      Mark Zuckerberg Asserts Control of Facebook, Pushing Aside Dissenters
      In December, Facebook Inc.'s top brass gathered at Mark Zuckerberg 's more than 700-acre, beachfront estate in Kauai, Hawaii, for an unusual board meeting to discuss how to redirect the company after years of turmoil. Changes came, but they weren't what everyone expected, according to people familiar with the gathering. Within months, Facebook announced the departure of two directors, and added a longtime friend of Mr. Zuckerberg's ...
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    4. Alphabet’s New Boss Means $2 Billion for Departing Founders

      Alphabet’s New Boss Means $2 Billion for Departing Founders
      (Bloomberg) -- Larry Page and Sergey Brin just got a $2 billion retirement gift from investors. The Google co-founders, who announced on Tuesday they were stepping down from day-to-day management of parent Alphabet Inc., added about $1 billion each to their net worth as of 10:15 a.m. in New York, after the firms shares rose 1.8%. They each own about 6% of the internet giant and still control ...
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    5. CEO Pay Ratio Disclosures Provide Little More Than Noise for Investors

      CEO Pay Ratio Disclosures Provide Little More Than Noise for Investors
      The new requirement for companies to report how much more their CEOs made than the typical employee may have produced some oohs and aahs, but thats about it. If there is anything to glean from all the pay ratio disclosures, its that there needs to be more consistency in how they are calculated and reported before they can be useful to investors...
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    6. Surprise! Facebook Directors Weren't Villains

      Surprise! Facebook Directors Weren't Villains
      Facebook Inc.'s surprise decision to spike a controversial stock plan was viewed as the little-guy shareholders standing up to Mark Zuckerberg when the companys compliant board would not. But Facebook directors -- with a notable exception -- actually did a good job in tough circumstances. Facebook said on Friday that it would not proceed with the planned creation of a type of stock intended to solidify Zuckerberg's control over the ...
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