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The following is a selection of the most important news affecting the oil market.
Steve Masiello can return as Manhattan College men’s basketball coach after he completes his undergraduate degree from the University of Kentucky. Until then, he will be on unpaid leave.
Keefe, Bruyette & Woods Inc., the boutique investment bank purchased by Stifel Financial Corp., hired Ryan Krueger as a managing director of equity research to oversee coverage of U.S. life insurers.
Morgan Stanley Chief Financial Officer Ruth Porat called the low number of women running U.S. companies an “embarrassment” that shows the need for new laws.
Apollo Global Management LLC, the private-equity firm run by Leon Black, said Marc Spilker will step down as president three years after helping guide the company through its initial public offering.
James E. Stowers Jr., who built a billion-dollar fortune as founder of the American Century Investments mutual fund company, then gave most of it away for medical research, has died. He was 90.
Target Corp., still reeling from a security breach that exposed the personal information of tens of millions of customers, is seeking a new top technology executive to help prevent future attacks.
Two billionaire sisters surfaced today after details about the estate of their late father, Harold Simmons, emerged in regulatory filings and a redacted will obtained by Bloomberg News.
Cephalon Inc. won a court order preventing generic-drug makers from selling low-cost versions of its muscle relaxant Amrix until a judge rules on a patent dispute over the product.