RiverStone Health announces new CEO to replace retiring John Felton
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President Biden on Vice President Harris: “Kamala won’t be the last woman to be vice president or president.”
At an event hosted by President Biden at the White House to celebrate the Jewish new year, President Biden said that Vice President Kamala Harris won’t be the last woman to be the Vice President or President. President Biden was with his wife, First Lady Dr. Jill Biden and the Vice President, Kamala Harris, and her husband, Doug Emhoff.
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The Walt Disney Co. announced a new board member Friday afternoon as part of a settlement with activist investor Third Point LLC.
Geely Holding Group acquired a 7.6% share of British luxury automaker Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings, helping cement the Chinese company's stake in luxury and European brands. Geely will not get a board seat in the deal, but that hasn't seemed to matter in its past dealings. Geely, which owns Lotus and is the largest shareholder of Polestar and Volvo Cars, took a 10% stake valued at $9 billion in Mercedes-Benz parent Daimler in 2018.
The Walt Disney Co., after some cage-rattling by activist investor Daniel Loeb, has added former Viacom and Facebook exec Carolyn Everson to its board of directors. Everson, 50, will officially join the board on November 21. Loeb, in a letter to company CEO Bob Chapek, had drawn attention to the relative lack of media and […]
PARIS (Reuters) -France's third biggest bank, Societe Generale, said on Friday investment banking boss Slawomir Krupa had been chosen by the board to become its next chief executive, succeeding veteran banker Frederic Oudea who is due to step down next year. The bank said in a statement the board had chosen Krupa unanimously at the end of a selection process which included internal and external candidates. "He has perfect knowledge of our bank, as well as the challenges that await him; he has demonstrated his ability to lead Societe Generale, a major European bank," the bank's chairman, Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, said in the statement.
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After the White House approved all of the states' electric vehicle (EV) charging plans this week, some EV-charging infrastructure stocks powered higher. Volta (NYSE: VLTA), on the other hand, is not faring quite so well. On Thursday, Volta updated its business outlook for 2022, and shareholders didn't like what they heard.