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        WeWork in Talks to Hire T-Mobile CEO John Legere
        11/11 - By Sarah Krouse and Maureen Farrell Breaking News: WeWork is in discussions with T-Mobile US Inc. Chief Executive John Legere to take over leadership of the troubled of
        CARL ICAHN
        Activist investor Icahn sells nearly a third of his Occidental Petroleum stake
        11/08 - Activist investor Carl Icahn, who has been waging a bitter battle against Occidental Petroleum Corp's board over its $38 billion (£29.76 billion) acquisition of Anadarko Petroleum, cut his holdings in the oil and gas producer by nearly a third, according to an open letter to shareholders released on Friday.
        How does it work?
        11/08 - Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot owner PSA would retain all of their car brands if their planned $50 billion merger goes ahead, the would-be chief executive of the combined group said on Friday.
        Merged PSA and Fiat would retain all brands: Tavares
        11/08 - PARIS/TURIN, Italy (Reuters) - Peugeot maker PSA Group and Fiat Chrysler would retain all of their car brands if their planned $50 billion merger goes ahead, the would-be chief executive of the combined group said on Friday.
        Phoenix to appoint Aviva exec as CEO Bannister steps down
        11/08 - Insurer Phoenix Group Holdings Plc Chief Executive Officer Clive Bannister will retire next March after nine years in charge, and will be replaced by former Aviva Plc executive Andy Briggs, the company said on Friday.
        Suzuki rethinks promise of India's auto market, and it is not alone
        11/08 - Suzuki Motor Corp said it was no longer gung-ho about India's auto market, the world's fourth-largest, where it has seen relentless growth in the past seven years. And the parent of the country's biggest car maker is not alone.
        Pernod Ricard's North America Division Head to Step Down
        11/07 - By Carlo Martuscelli The chairman and chief executive of Pernod Ricard SA's (RI.FR) North American division will leave his role, the French drinks-maker said on Thursday
        Stung by WeWork, SoftBank boss Son charts more cautious IPO course
        11/07 - Fresh from the WeWork debacle, SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son says he now aims to be more cautious about the timings of IPOs, a shift that could squeeze the Japanese company's funding and increase its reliance on its lower-growth telecom business.
        ROGER CARR
        BAE Systems Backs 2019 View; Chairman Roger Carr to Retire in 2023
        11/07 - By Adria Calatayud BAE Systems PLC (BA.LN) on Thursday reaffirmed its guidance for 2019 and said Chairman Roger Carr plans to retire in May 2023. The U.K. defense
        ArcelorMittal slips to third-quarter net loss, sees U.S. steel downturn, worse in Europe
        11/07 - ArcelorMittal, the world's largest steelmaker, reported a second consecutive quarterly loss on Thursday and cut its forecasts for demand in its main U.S. and European markets.
        ELON MUSK
        Tesla to unveil electric pickup 'cybertruck' on November 21 - Musk
        11/06 - Tesla Inc plans to unveil its electric pickup truck, "cybertruck," on Nov. 21 in Los Angeles near the SpaceX rocket factory, Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk tweeted on Wednesday.
        SoftBank's Son admits mistakes after Vision Fund's $8.9 billion loss
        11/06 - SoftBank plunged to its first quarterly loss in 14 years on Wednesday, dragged down by an $8.9 billion hit at its giant Vision Fund, as CEO Masayoshi Son admitted poor investment judgment and turning a blind eye to problems at startup WeWork.
        Privacy protection essential to shield human rights, says Microsoft's Smith
        11/06 - Microsoft President Brad Smith said on Wednesday a "new wave" of data privacy protection and other security measures was needed to safeguard people's rights at a time when "everything has gone digital".
        National Grid U.S. President Dean Seavers Resigns
        11/05 - By Colin Kellaher National Grid PLC (NG.LN, NGG) on Tuesday said Dean Seavers has stepped down as president of its U.S. business for personal reasons. The Lon
        Boeing CEO Muilenburg 'has done everything right,' says chairman
        11/05 - WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Boeing Co Chairman Dave Calhoun said on Tuesday the company's board believed Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg "has done everything right," just days after he came under attack from U.S. lawmakers and repeatedly refused to step down at a hearing on two fatal crashes involving Boeing 737 MAX airliners.
        ELON MUSK
        SpaceX brings Musk back on Twitter, days after quitting
        11/05 - (Reuters) - Elon Musk has not left Twitter after all.
        Floundering tech bets put spotlight on SoftBank results, Son
        11/05 - TOKYO (Reuters) - SoftBank Group Corp and its founder Masayoshi Son face a day of reckoning on Wednesday when the investment juggernaut is likely to post weak quarterly results, hit by hefty falls in the valuation of some of its biggest tech bets.
        Suzuki braces for bumpy road ahead after second-quarter profit tumbles on India market woes
        11/05 - TOKYO (Reuters) - Suzuki Motor Corp said quarterly profit plunged by almost a third on slumping car demand in India, its biggest market, and Japanese automaker slashed its full-year vehicle sales outlook.
        TIM COOK
        Apple pledges $2.5 billion to fight California housing crisis
        11/04 - (Reuters) - Apple Inc on Monday said it would commit $2.5 billion to easing a housing shortage that has driven up prices across California, with most of the money dedicated to funds that will be run either with or by the state government.