What’s scarier than the return of Silvio Berlusconi? For some investors, it’s his likely opponent in the race to succeed Mario Monti as Italy’s prime minister: Pier Luigi Bersani.
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Region’s Rising Wealth and Resources Appeal to Growth Investors, but Acquisitions Depend on Local Knowledge and Solid Execution to Succeed, Says The Boston Consulting Group
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The bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers almost killed Neuberger Berman. Can the company succeed now by embracing Lehman’s global ambitions?
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Fidelity put Abigail Johnson in charge of a new group that oversees the company’s core businesses, a move many see as a sign she will eventually succeed her father as chief executive.
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Elisabeth Murdoch says she has “absolutely no ambition” to succeed her father Rupert at the head of media giant News Corporation.
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Just two weeks after announcing that a mix of risky trades out of its London office cost the bank $5.8 billion, JPMorgan (JPM) on Friday announced that it’s shaking up its management ranks, elevating at least one executive who played a big role in cleaning up the trading loss. The bank also moved aside one executive long thought to be a leading contender to succeed JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon, making way for younger executives.
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