Consumer product giants' eye-trackers size up shoppers

(Phys.org) -- Consumer product giants whose supply chains, profit margins, and boardroom reports depend on how fast the paper towels, shampoo, and diapers can fly off the shelves no longer dare to rely on just focus groups ...

Twitter CEO says company has 'a truckload of money'

Twitter Inc. Chief Executive Dick Costolo said the short message social network has a "truckload of money in the bank" and would remain a private company for as long as it wants.

Major Yahoo shareholder launches board challenge

(AP) -- A major Yahoo shareholder has launched a campaign to win four seats on the Internet company's board, setting the stage for a nasty battle that could drag on for months.

Yahoo shareholder pushes for its board nominees

(AP) -- One of Yahoo's major investors is urging shareholders to vote its four nominees on to the Internet company's board, launching a potentially nasty fight to transform the Internet company's board.

News Corp. board backs Murdoch after hacking scandal

Rupert Murdoch claimed boardroom backing Wednesday to remain at the helm of News Corp. as he worked to shift attention from the phone-hacking scandal to his media behemoth's healthy bottom line.

Leaked memo shows Hewlett-Packard CEO jitters

(AP) -- A leaked memo from Hewlett-Packard Co. CEO Leo Apotheker warning of "another tough quarter" underscores the urgent concerns about the technology heavyweight's growth strategy and the challenges facing its new leader.

UK study: Fans in the boardroom good for football

(PhysOrg.com) -- A study by University of Manchester economists has backed calls from supporters groups who argue that their representation in the boardroom is generally good for football.

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