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Say on Pay gains traction overseas
But unlike North America, shareholders in Britain may get binding vote on directors' compensation.

BKW: Burger King makes a triumphant return to the NYSE
Not through an IPO, but a merger.

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Truck-maker Navistar pokes sleeping Icahn
Agreement to avoid proxy fight likely out the window as company takes poison pill.

Looks like U.S. credit swaps will drop to lowest level in more than a month
Investors are betting on more stimulus from the Federal Reserve.

P&G forced to lower earnings and revenue expectations
Slow growth in emerging markets and poor exchange rates cited as reason.

Big Facebook investor opens new Venture Cap firm
Peter Thiel opens Mithril Capital Management--a US$402 million fund.

Big investors hot on lithium
Demand for hybrids, iPads and more have caused prices to triple since 2000, and could double again by 2020.

Asia-Pacific has the most rich people
Number of wealthy citizens in this region outpaces North America.

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