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American groups in sights of governance lobbyists over need to refresh directors
Year after Google’s parent unveiled transformation — and new name — key decisions have yet to be made
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One-time collaborator on iPod invention fails to deliver breakthrough results
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Figure tops pay of any other US chief executive last year
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Seamless online ordering blinds etailers to the hard last mile
Hotel group’s late chief prioritised satisfaction of prestigious clientele over shareholder value
A family office must be a mixture of venture capitalist and wealth manager
The power of prize money is rediscovered to spur innovation
Companies such as Google may scorn officialdom, but being seen as nasty is bad for their business
The 1975 masterpiece’s account of the delusions and self-doubt of famous figures still resonates
Search company’s progression into new era piles new pressures on managers
Under the Alphabet umbrella, the internet group seeks to distinguish the visionary from the wacky
Investors welcome technology company’s corporate restructuring
Reorganisation creates a personnel mess but could help reveal the power of core business
Indian-born executive given control of Google Inc unit
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