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First, future executive severance agreements resulting from a change in control of the company will no longer include an excise tax gross-up provision.
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Lowe's Selects Summers for Chief Information Officer Post
With fiscal year 2011 sales of $50.2 billion, Lowe's Companies, Inc. is a FORTUNE´┐Ż 100 company that serves approximately 15 million customers a week at more than 1,745 home improvement stores in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
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Lowe's seeks to attract future workers with social tools
Lowe's uses IBM Connections social networking software. The company has 275,000 active users on Connections, with 10,000 communities.
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US companies with big stock buybacks
Most fundamental investment approaches attempt to calculate a company's intrinsic value. Investors then attempt to exploit discrepancies between that intrinsic value and the market value.
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Mitt Romney Dumped 71 Stocks Including Google, Microsoft and News Corp.
The only individual equities that Romney still owns are Ford Motor Company, Marriott International, Inc. and Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corp.
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Lowe's Announces $250000 Grant to First Response Team of America
MOORESVILLE, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Lowe's Charitable and Educational Foundation has announced a $250,000 grant to the First Response Team of America, a nonprofit organization dedicated to responding to natural disasters and working alongside ...
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Imperial Oil exploring HQ options in Calgary
Rolheiser said the company currently leases office space at Fifth Avenue Place, at 420 2nd St. S.W., which used to be known as Esso Plaza.
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Kent says Canada still plans to eliminate fossil fuel subsidies
Leslie said that members of the Conservative government were trying to protect oil and gas companies. "Basically they are doing whatever their big oil friends want them to do," Leslie said.
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Nintendo unveils Wii U with 23 games, social media features
Nintendo is changing tactics, combining social-media features and TV screen action with a touch-screen controller as the company, based in Kyoto, Japan, faces competition from an online game market that may grow to US$37.9-billion by 2016. The question ...
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Shareholder structures that allow huge compensation packages drawing criticism
Some of the harshest criticism of the compensation levels at Shaw Communications Inc. come from the chairman of the company that is its largest holder of Class B shares. Stephen Jarislowsky, the 86-year-old chairman and founder of investment firm ...
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