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Zynga founder Mark Pincus will no longer be a full time employee of the company, but will be non-executive chairman. His super voting shares will become ordinary stock with 1 vote per share.
Apple held its annual shareholder's meeting at its new California headquarters on Tuesday, and shareholders appear united behind CEO Tim Cook.
Benchmark has dropped its lawsuit against Travis Kalanick and can never sue him over this issue again
As promised the contentious lawsuit between Benchmark and Uber co-founder and former CEO Travis Kalanick is over and each side is taking a victory lap.
London Stock Exchange board: Xavier Rolet’s ‘operating style’ was a factor in his exit — but we won’t provide details
The board of the exchange group have been locked in a battle with a hedge fund investor that claims LSE CEO Xavier Rolet is being forced out against his will.
TCI Fund believes the London Stock Exchange board has pushed out CEO Xavier Rolet and wants answers as to why he's leaving.
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick just appointed 2 new board members, a defiant move the company is calling a ‘complete surprise’
Xerox chairwoman Ursula Burns and former Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain are joining Uber's board.
Mark Zuckerberg wanted Facebook employees to work on his philanthropy projects but was shot down by senior execs
Mark Zuckerberg wanted Facebook employees to work on projects with his philanthropic fund, The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. But senior execs opposed the idea.
A power struggle between Facebook and investors just ended with Facebook dropping plans to issue non-voting shares
Facebook has dropped its controversial plan to create a class of non-voting shares in the face of a class action lawsuit brought by investors.
Travis Kalanick wins an early victory in his lawsuit with an Uber investor — but the fight isn’t over yet
Benchmark's lawsuit to wrestle board seats away from Kalanick's control has been sent to arbitration. Team Kalanick is declaring the decision a victory.
Clinton supporter Reed Hastings marked Peter Thiel down for his support of Trump in the presidential election, reports the New York Times.