Archives for May 2015

Business Schools Are Fighting to Recruit Top Women – Wall Street Journal

Facing waning interest ...

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Business Travelers Want to Be Left to Their Own Devices – New York Times

Business TravelBy JAD MOUAWADMay 6, 2015Leisure travelers have become used to controlling every step of a trip, from booking a flight or a car to making dinner reservations. Business travelers, less so; there has always been some corporate bean counter looking over their shoulders. But that is changing as business travel picks up and the overseers of company ...

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Twitter Bolsters Finance Team as CFO Adds Marketing Duties – Wall Street Journal

Twitter has hired five new senior-level finance managers.

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Gauteng finance head fired over R50m IT contract – eNCA

JOHANNESBURG – Gauteng Department of Finance head Stuart Lumka has been dismissed following an investigation into financial misconduct. Lumka was found guilty of gross financial misconduct for his authorisation of payments to an IT company which was not contracted for any work. A statement from the department said, “Lumka’s financial misconduct relates to his authorisation of payments ...

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Kuwait Finance House Said to Weigh Sale of Malaysian Operations – Bloomberg

Kuwait Finance House KSC, the first foreign Islamic bank to operate in Malaysia, is weighing a sale of its operations in the Southeast Asian nation, people familiar with the matter said. Kuwait Finance House is working with Credit Suisse Group AG to consider strategic alternatives for the Malaysian business, the people said, asking not to be ...

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For Top 25 Hedge Fund Managers, a Difficult 2014 Still Paid Well – New York Times

Kenneth Griffin, founder and C.E.O. of Citadel, took home $1.3 billion in 2014, topping the list.By ALEXANDRA STEVENSONMay 5, 2015For investors in hedge funds, like big pension funds, 2014 was not a lucrative year. But for those who managed their money, the pay was spectacular. The top 25 hedge fund managers reaped $11.62 billion in compensation in 2014, according ...

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