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is reportedly looking to cut thousands of jobs and reduce pension plan costs in order to boost profits. (NYSE: PEP)
agreed to increase the amount of compensation it previously disclosed for former CEO Ivan Seidenberg, after the SEC raised concerns. (NYSE: VZ)
hired Todd Teresi, a former executive of Adobe Systems, to lead its struggling iAd business. (Nasdaq: AAPL)
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