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Official Talley Not In, but Activist Claims Victory at Cliffs Natural Resources by MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED


By MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED

The activist investor, Casablanca Capital, said on Tuesday that all six of its director nominees prevailed at the mining company’s annual meeting. 26 more words

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Wall Street Bids Farewell to Alan Greenberg, Head of Bear Stearns by WILLIAM ALDEN

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By WILLIAM ALDEN

A selection of Wall Street’s old guard turned up on Tuesday to remember Alan C. 28 more words

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Wall Street Bids Farewell to Alan Greenberg, Head of Bear Stearns by WILLIAM ALDEN


By WILLIAM ALDEN

A selection of Wall Street’s old guard turned up on Tuesday to remember Alan C. Greenberg, the longtime leader of Bear who died on Friday at 86. 12 more words

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Trulia's Co-Founder Rows Across Ocean, Even as Company Is Sold to Zillow by DAVID GELLES

Robert Maynard Presents New York Times Business Section
By DAVID GELLES

Sami Inkinen is rowing across the Pacific Ocean with his wife, meaning that he had missed most of the negotiations involving the sale of his company to Zillow. 18 more words

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Trulia's Co-Founder Rows Across Ocean, Even as Company Is Sold to Zillow by DAVID GELLES


By DAVID GELLES

Sami Inkinen, Trulia’s co-founder and a board member, is rowing across the Pacific Ocean with his wife, meaning that he had missed most of the negotiations involving the sale of his company to Zillow. 13 more words

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N.L.R.B. Holds McDonald’s, Not Just Franchisees, Liable for Worker Treatment by STEVEN GREENHOUSE


By STEVEN GREENHOUSE

If upheld, the decision by the National Labor Relations Board’s general counsel could upend employment practices in the fast-food industry and invite unionization. 13 more words

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N.L.R.B. Holds McDonald’s, Not Just Franchisees, Liable for Worker Treatment by STEVEN GREENHOUSE

Robert Maynard Presents New York Times Business Section
By STEVEN GREENHOUSE

If upheld, the decision by the National Labor Relations Board’s general counsel could upend employment practices in the fast-food industry and invite unionization. 18 more words

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