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  • Boardroom diversity should include 'four and more': Chadick Ellig's Janice Reals Ellig

    Janice Reals Ellig, Chadick Ellig co-CEO, discusses how companies can promote gender equality in the workplace and in the boardroom.

  • *Karenann Terrell to join GSK executive team Sept. 4. LONDON, July 25- GlaxoSmithKline has appointed former Wal-Mart Stores executive Karenann Terrell to the new senior position of chief digital and technology officer as the drugmaker looks to harness smart tech systems across the group. The move reflects a desire by Chief Executive Emma Walmsley, who took over...

  • KIEV, July 20- Ukraine's central bank said on Thursday it had withdrawn the right to formally audit the country's banks from the Ukrainian unit of the international accounting firm PwC. PwC Ukraine had audited the largest Ukrainian bank, PrivatBank, which Ukraine took over in December after risky lending practices left it with a capital shortfall of more than...

  • SHANGHAI, July 20- China's major stock indexes rose for a third straight day on Thursday, led by the blue-chip index reaching a fresh 18- month high, with sentiment lifted by expectations of robust first-half corporate earnings. Ma Wenyu, strategist at Shanxi Securities, said earnings of cyclical sectors such as mining and steel will keep improving as Beijing...

  • *Sunac shares surge to record high in Hong Kong. SHANGHAI/ HONG KONG, July 20- China's blue-chip index rose to fresh 18- month highs early on Thursday, buoyed by solid corporate earnings and signs Beijing is stepping up restructuring of the country's bloated state sector. Ma Wenyu, strategist at Shanxi Securities, forecast that earnings of cyclical sectors such as...

  • DETROIT— Electric car maker Tesla Inc. has named two new directors to its board, heading off criticism from some investors that its board members are too closely linked. James Murdoch, the CEO of 21st Century Fox, and Linda Johnson Rice, the chairman and CEO of Johnson Publishing Co., are joining the now nine-member board. Murdoch— the son of media mogul Rupert...

  • Cramer explains why CEO departures are not always bad for companies

    Jim Cramer says the case of medical device maker Zimmer Biomet proves that leadership shakeups are not always negative for the companies involved.

  • Jim Cramer says the case of Zimmer Biomet proves that leadership shakeups are not always negative for the companies involved.

  • Charles Scharf

    Former Visa chief executive will take the top job at the world's largest custody bank.

  • P&G not changing quickly enough to keep up: Sanford C. Bernstein's Ali Dibadj

    Discussing the proxy fight launched by Trian's Nelson Peltz at Procter & Gamble and whether the conglomerate should be broken up with Ali Dibadj, Sanford C. Bernstein senior vice president, and Erin Lash, Morningstar equity analyst.

  • TORONTO, July 14- Canada's fund managers are set to plow more money into shares of cyclical, industrial and technology companies as the Bank of Canada hikes interest rates, and to allocate a greater share of their bond portfolio to short-term corporate debt. The Bank of Canada raised interest raised interest rates on Wednesday for the first time in seven years.

  • AT&T's Stephenson: My title will not be changing

    The "Squawk on the Street" crew talks about the speculation of leadership changes at AT&T.

  • *STOXX 600 down 0.7 pct. LONDON, July 11- European shares ended Tuesday on the backfoot as losses among defensive consumer staples and real estate stocks outweighed strength in autos and miners. "We note that defensive equity sectors earnings have generally weakened while cyclical sectors keep their positive momentum," said Valentin Bissat, equity analyst at...

  • *Split among UK retailers after M&S results. LONDON, July 11- European shares reversed early gains to turn lower on Tuesday as heavy losses among defensive consumer staples and real estate stocks outweighed strength in autos, miners and banks. "We note that defensive equity sectors earnings have generally weakened while cyclical sectors keep their positive...

  • The board set July 19 as the record date for the spinoff of Brighthouse Financial Inc, with shares to be distributed on Aug. 4, subject to approval by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the company said. On Wednesday, Delaware insurance regulators approved Brighthouse's request to acquire key MetLife businesses operating in Delaware and do business in...

  • KPMG CEO: CEOs optimistic in long-term business environment under Trump

    KPMG CEO Lynne Doughtie discusses a survey that shows CEO confidence for growth in the U.S. economy.

  • Pandora CEO Tim Westergren steps down

    The "Squawk on the Street" news team talks about the departure of Pandora's CEO as a search for his replacement begins immediately.

  • KPMG's program aims to mentor women leaders

    Lynne Doughtie, KPMG U.S. chairman & CEO, and Phil Mickelson, professional golfer, talk about efforts to inspire and develop talented young women.

  • Uber VCs cared about investment, not ethics and morals: Vanity Fair

    Vanity Fair's Nick Bilton and Bob Lutz, CNBC contributor, VLF Automotive CEO and former GM vice chairman, discuss the fallout for Uber following CEO Travis Kalanick's resignation and board member Bill Gurley stepping down.

  • Biggest job of next Uber CEO is filling high-level vacanies: Elevate Partners

    Dan Primack, Axios, and Jeff Cohn, Elevate Partners, discuss Travis Kalanick's departure as CEO of Uber and how the company will fill the rest of the open C-suite positions.