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Why Are There Still So Few Black CEOs?

By: Grace Tonrey Article By: Te-Ping Chen Article From: The Wall Street Journal “Out of the chief executives running America’s top 500 companies, just 1%, or four, are Black.” According to Te-Ping Chen’s article titled ” Why Are There Still So Few Black CEOs?”, “Among all U.S. companies with 100 ...

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Valeant cuts ties with “phantom” pharmacy Philidor

Valeant, a huge drug manufacturing company has recently been accused of using a pharmacy/Rx company named Philidor. Philidor is used across the globe, and is a popular way for physicians, hospitals, and patients to receive their medications through mail order. As a result of the recent accusations, three of the ...

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GM agrees on $900m settlement for faulty ignition switches

General Motors, a US based leader in car manufacturing has recently agreed to pay a $900 million settlement to end a criminal inquiry into its failure to recall vehicles with faulty ignition switches. The issue has been linked with at least 100 confirmed deaths, causing a huge media uproar. GM admitted ...

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