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Wells Fargo Claws Back Millions From CEO After Scandal
Wells Fargo WFC 0.47 % & Co. Chairman and Chief Executive John Stumpf will forfeit $41 million for the bank's burgeoning sales scandal, marking one of the biggest rebukes to the head of a major U.S.
Wells Fargo claws back part of CEO, other executive's salary  U.S. News & World Report
Wells Fargo CEO forfeits millions as board orders review  Reuters
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Tysons recalls chicken nuggets for plastic contamination
Tyson Foods is recalling 132,520 pounds of cooked, coated chicken nuggets because they may be contaminated with hard plastic, the U.S.
Tyson Foods Recalls Chicken Nuggets  CBS Local
Tyson Is Recalling Chicken Nuggets That May Contain Plastic  Fortune
Sheryl Sandberg: Men Still Run the World
Facebook COO and LeanIn.org founder Sheryl Sandberg says men still run the world and women are suffering from “a tyranny of low expectations.
Sheryl Sandberg: These Are the Biggest Obstacles For Women Trying to ' ...  Fortune
5 big facts from Sheryl Sandberg's study of women at work  CNNMoney
Rio Olympics Gives Nike a Sales Boost
Results easily topped Wall Street's expectations. The Rio Summer Olympics helped give Nike the golden performance it needed. Heading into Tuesday's earnings report, Wall Street had fretted about the strength of the world's largest athletic gear maker ...
Nike orders miss estimates as competition heats up  Reuters
Nike Orders Miss Estimates, Renewing Concerns About Slowdown  Bloomberg
RBS is paying $1.1 billion to settle 'toxic' mortgage mis-selling claims in the US
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is paying $1.1 billion (�850 million) to settle two claims it mis-sold "toxic" mortgage security products to US credit unions in the US in the run-up to the 2008 financial crisis.
RBS Pays $1.1 Billion to Settle Lawsuits in US  Wall Street Journal
RBS Reaches $1.1 Billion Settlement With U.S. Credit Unions Over Mortgage ...  TheStreet.com
US prison investors may be rewarded if they keep their nerve
(Reuters) - Investors in U.S. privately owned prisons may be rewarded if they keep their stocks given sector watchers have said presidential candidate Hillary Clinton would have difficulty realizing her goal of doing away with for-profit detention ...
Hillary Clinton Rocks Private Prison Stocks  Benzinga
Hillary Clinton's Claim On Ending Private Prisons Isn't Totally True  WCBI
Facebook Pushes Advertisers to Look Beyond Views and Likes
Speaking to advertising executives on Tuesday, Facebook Inc. FB 1.08 % executives downplayed controversy over the company's miscalculation of a video metric and called for ad buyers to focus on metrics tied to business outcomes.
Sheryl Sandberg: Facebook 'Definitely' Doesn't Control the Media  Fortune
Sheryl Sandberg: Facebook's 4 Million Advertisers Are 'Proof' Of ...  Forbes
Technology|US Accuses Tech Firm Palantir of Bias Against Asian Engineers
Palantir offices in Palo Alto, Calif. The Labor Department sued the tech company on Monday, claiming that it discriminated against Asians.
Palantir charged with discriminating against Asians  USA TODAY
Palantir Sued Over Alleged Hiring Discrimination  Wall Street Journal
Appeals court considers Obama's climate change plan
President Obama's signature effort to combat global warming was alternately lauded as a reasonable attempt to move the nation toward cleaner energy sources and faulted as an unconstitutional, job-killing power grab during seven hours of vigorous legal ...
Obama power plant rules face key test in court  Reuters
Politics|Appeals Court Hears Challenge to Obama's Climate Change Rules  New York Times
Uber Aims to Win Japan's Heart—Through Its Stomach
As its ride-hailing service is blocked by regulation and opposition from taxi drivers. Uber Technologies on Wednesday said it will launch a food-delivery service in Japan as it looks for new ways to enter a potentially massive market where its ride ...
Uber starts food delivery in Japan after ride-share stumbles  Washington Post
Uber to Launch Food-Delivery Service in Tokyo  Wall Street Journal