Bain's Socially Conscious Fund Makes First Deals
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Bain Capital acquired organic-waste recycler Living Earth and gym operator Impact Fitness in the first deals for the private-equity firm's new socially conscious investment fund.
Signet Jewelers CEO to Retire, Citing Health Reasons
Signet Jewelers Ltd. said Monday that Chief Executive Mark Light has decided to retire for "health reasons" and will be replaced by Virginia Drosos, who has served as an independent board member since 2012.
Sears Hit With 401(k) Lawsuit
Sears Holdings and its CEO, Eddie Lampert, are being sued for allegedly encouraging participants in its 401(k) plan to buy company stock despite well-publicized struggles that have battered Sears shares since 2014.
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5 Things to Watch in Bank of America's Results
Bank of America is expected to report its second-quarter results before the market opens Tuesday. Here's what you need to know.
Netflix Surprises With Big Subscriber Gains, Shares Soar
Netflix blew through its estimate for subscriber growth in the second quarter, adding 5.2 million users, as the streaming giant showed it is thriving in a hotly-competitive market for internet television.
Tesla Names James Murdoch and Linda Johnson Rice to Board
Tesla, which has faced criticism from its investors about a lack of independent directors, named 21st Century Fox CEO James Murdoch and Ebony Media CEO Linda Johnson Rice to its board.
BNP Paribas Fined by Fed Over Currency Manipulation
French bank BNP Paribas agreed to pay $246 million to the U.S. Federal Reserve to resolve a probe of misconduct in its foreign exchange business.
Activist Proxy Fight Puts Focus on P&G's Cost-Cutting Effort
Over the years when Procter & Gamble wasn't able to sell more Tide or Pampers, the company could at least point to one clear success: a sweeping, $10 billion cost-cutting plan executed ahead of schedule.
Fiat Chrysler Sponsorship of Sesame Street Puts Muppets in Driver's Seat
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is joining Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit that owns the long-running children's television show, in a year-long sponsorship deal.
India's Mahindra Doubling U.S. Investment Over Five Years
Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. plans to double its bets in the U.S. over the next five years, spending $1 billion in an effort to strengthen the Indian company's brand as President Donald Trump pressures companies foreign and domestic to steer investments toward America.
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July 17, 2017 21:15 ET (01:15 GMT)