Deutsche Bank gave its most senior people big pay increases in 2018, seemingly at the expense of the rest – eFinancialCareers

Deutsche Bank published its 2018 remuneration report today. If you work for the bank and you had your bonus cut substantially last year, you may have reason to feel miffed. In 2018, the bonus pool at Deutsche’s corporate and investment bank was €1,033m, down from €1,341m in 2017. That’s a big drop – of 23%. However, as the…

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Avon, After Breakup, Explores Deal That Would Put It Back Together – The Wall Street Journal

Three years after splitting itself apart, Avon Products Inc. has been considering a deal that would put the company back together, according to a person familiar with the matter. Amid continuing sales struggles, directors of the cosmetics company have discussed a sale to Brazilian rival Natura & Co., the person said. The talks include a…

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Facebook privacy pivot raises safety concerns after New Zealand attack – Business Insider

It’s almost a year to the day since the revelation that the data of millions of Facebook users made its way into the hands of Cambridge Analytica, which weaponized the information on behalf of Donald Trump’s campaign in 2016. The fallout from the scandal continues to plague Facebook, with evidence published in court documents on…

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Tyson is recalling 69000 pounds of chicken strips after customers complained they contained metal – AOL

Tyson Foods recalled 69,000 pounds of chicken strips that may be contaminated with metal. The USDA’s food safety unit announced the recall on its website.  In January, Tyson recalled 18 tons of chicken nuggets. Tyson Foods is recalling about 69,000 pounds of chicken strips that may be contaminated with pieces of metal.  US Department of…

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Facebook staff ‘flagged Cambridge Analytica fears earlier than thought’ – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Facebook’s chief executive has repeatedly declined to answer questions from UK MPs about the scandal Facebook employees raised concerns about Cambridge Analytica’s data-scraping practices three months earlier than thought, according to US court documents. A US-based employee warned colleagues about the activity in September 2015. Facebook had said it…

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Chinese smartphone brands beating iPhone on features as well as price, say retailers – 9to5Mac

Retailers and analysts say that it’s not just price that has driven disappointing iPhone sales in China: consumers are also switching to Chinese smartphone brands because they feel some features are better. Apple last year saw its market share of the $500-800 segment in China plunge from 81.2% to 54.6% … NordVPN The most obvious…

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Macquarie Group Bought Up Qualcomm Stock and Sold Intel, AMD, Nvidia, Micron – Barron’s

The Qualcomm stand at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Feb. 26. Photograph by Pau Barrena/AFP/Getty Images Text size Australian financial giant Macquarie Group made some major adjustments in its holdings of chip stocks in the fourth quarter. Macquarie, which filed a revised disclosure for the quarter on Thursday, reduced its investments in shares…

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