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Manager of Top-Performing ESG Funds Relies on C-Suite Test

(Businesshala) — The woman who ran this year’s top-ranked ESG fund has developed a series of tests she says provide a reliable path for choosing the best sustainable stocks. Carolyn Forsberg of SEB Investment Management has outperformed many of her peers, giving her clients 30% returns on the two funds....
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Nexon founder resigns in top management reshuffle

South Korean game company Nexon’s founder Kim Jung-ju has resigned from the chief executive position at NXC Corp., the holding company of Nexon. He will be replaced by Lee Jae-kyo who was serving as NXC’s managing director of brand and communications department. “I’ve held the CEO position of NXC for...
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GOT7’s Jinyoung surprise fans with brand-new solo song ‘Dive’

GOT7‘s Jinyoung has surprised fans with the release of a brand-new solo song called ‘Dive’. The digital single, which the singer had announced just hours prior its release, was written and composed by K-pop idol. ‘Dive’ is also Jinyoung’s first solo release since 2018’s ‘Hold Me’, which appeared on the soundtrack for the South Korean YouTube Premium series Top Management.
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The Top 25 Companies in Divisions II, III, and IV by Online Reputation

In July, we feature the third annual Division ORA Power Ranking. We rank the top 25 companies in Division II (20,000 up to Division I), Division III (10,000 to 19,999 units), and Division IV (2,000 to 9,999 units) based on their Online Reputation Assessment (ORA) score. The unit cutoff for each division was determined based on the portfolio data obtained from ALN Data Services in June. The ORA score is the multifamily industry standard to measure and benchmark a property’s online reputation.
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How to manage stakeholders amidst the pandemic

Stakeholder management is a crucial part of running a business. One major change seen in businesses amidst the pandemic is that people are required to engage virtually rather than face-to-face. This has posed a challenge to several project managers. A recent study unveils that in-person meetings are much more effective than virtual meetings. However, the global pandemic situation has made remote work the new normal in various organizations.
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Daiichi Sankyo : Top Management Presentation

Management strategies and plans, financial forecasts, future projections and policies, and R&D information that Daiichi Sankyo discloses in this material are all classified as Daiichi Sankyo's future prospects. These forward looking statements were determined by Daiichi Sankyo based on information obtained as of today with certain assumptions, premises and future forecasts, and thus, there are various inherent risks as well as uncertainties involved. As such, please note that actual results of Daiichi Sankyo may diverge materially from Daiichi Sankyo's outlook or the content of this material. Furthermore, there is no assurance that any forward-looking statements in this material will be realized. Regardless of the actual results or facts, Daiichi Sankyo is not obliged and does not have in its policy the duty to update the content of this material from the date of this material onward.
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CBS ousts L.A., Chicago station managers after misconduct probe

In a sweeping shake-up, CBS has ousted two senior managers responsible for its television stations in Los Angeles and Chicago. The move extends a dramatic management makeover within the network’s stations group in the wake of a Los Angeles Times investigation, which uncovered alleged misconduct, racism and misogyny within the division. In April, CBS tossed out the head of its flagship New York station, Peter Dunn, who also was a hands-on manager of the group of 28 CBS-owned television stations since 2009.
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Starkman: Bloodbath at Beaumont – COO Carolyn Wilson and Top Doctor Ousted; Chief Quality Officer Resigns

This columnist, a Los Angeles freelancer, is a former Detroit News business reporter who blogs at Starkman Approved. In a move signaling that Beaumont Health CEO John Fox believes President Biden is all talk about halting hospital mergers, the hospital network disclosed to employees Monday that COO Carolyn Wilson and Chief Medical Officer David Wood Jr. will depart in September and that Chief Quality Officer Sam Flanders has accepted a position at a suburban St. Louis Hospital.
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