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Elon Musk’s tweets make it look like Tesla’s revamped board is still bad at its job — and it could get the company into even more tr...
Musk tweeted a misleading projection of Tesla's funding numbers this week, even though the board agreed to keep a close eye on his Twitter use.
Companies should take stronger action in societal issues, from infrastructure to retirement, writes Larry Fink in his widely-read missive to CEOs.
Big asset managers like BlackRock are pressuring stock exchanges to limit a growing practice that ‘poses danger’ to young companies
BI PRIME: To promote equal voting rights, an industry trade group is asking NASDAQ and the New York Stock Exchange to limit listings of companies with dual-class structures.
Tesla’s board is so bad at its job that it failed at the one thing it says is paramount: protecting CEO Elon Musk
Tesla's directors have made it clear they think it's more important to protect and empower Elon Musk than to look out for shareholders. But they seem to have done little to protect Musk — or the company — from the consequences of his "funding secured" tweets
Tesla’s board is terrible at its job — it’s shown it has no interest in controlling Elon Musk or sticking up for investors
Elon Musk's erratic behavior has hurt Tesla's stock and put him and the company in legal jeopardy. But Tesla's board has done nothing about it.
Snap’s shareholder meeting was less than three minutes long because Evan Spiegel controls so much of the company anyway
Evan Spiegel's control over Snap is so complete that he seemingly can even keep the company's annual shareholder meeting to less than three minutes.
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.