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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Sunday, May 28, 2017

Business

Seems like Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer may be out of a job after a four-year run as CEO.

Telecommunications giant Verizon Communications has agreed to buy the internet trailblazer for nearly $5 billion.

Reports have emerged that Mayer’s erstwhile Google compatriot Tim Armstrong of AOL will be gobbling up the search engine giant that she works for.  Mayer is set to receive a severance package valued at $57 million, according to the executive compensation research company Equilar.

The deal that was pushed forward by Armstrong and Marni Walden, (Verizon’s EVP of Product innovation and New Businesses) will be a big leap for the company, which has been seeking to ad tech and digital content offerings.

“Among the many entities that showed interest

Ironsource, Kaiima, Curalife, Intuition Robotics, Emefcy, Audiopixles, HeraMed, Bioview, Gal Medics and Pentalum to present at Shanghai event.

Some 1,000 investors and entrepreneurs are expected to take part in the 16th GoforIsrael annual conference, being held for the first time outside of Israel in Shanghai. The September 20 gathering will address Israel-China M&A; market strategies for Israeli companies in China; Chinese investments in Israeli MedTech and BioTech companies; and an

A shocking congressional report released this week revealed that a competition between Washington and New York prosecutors resulted in the “fraying” of a government investigation into one of the largest banks on Wall Street. The battle over which government agency would be first to resolve the case also allowed the company to learn of its imminent settlement terms before the government had all the information.

HSBC, directed by outgoing Chief Executive Stuart Gulliver, concluded a settlement

In order to settle criminal and civil investigations into JP Morgan Chase’s hiring practices in Asia, it is expected to pay around $200 million, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The federal investigation into whether JP Morgan violated foreign bribery regulations by attempting to win business by hiring the sons and daughters of powerful people in Asia has plagued the company for years.

People familiar with the matter told the WSJ that in the next few months a settlement is expected

On Friday, July 15, Herbalife settled an over 2-year-old investigation with regulators that concluded it is not a pyramid scheme, which is a huge win against the company’s biggest opposition Bill Ackman.

The Post reports, “The deal with the Federal Trade Commission will force the nutritional shake maker to severely limit paying distributors for recruitment, and requires it to create a separate class of distributors that buy products only for their personal use.

In addition, the FTC, in