Cablevision Systems Corp. directors were sued by an investor for wrongfully approving “grossly excessive” compensation for Chairman Charles Dolan and members of his family who serve as executives of the fifth-largest U.S. cable company.
At one of the world’s largest coal mines in the Indonesian province of South Kalimantan, enough of the fossil fuel is being stolen every three days to fill a vessel almost the size of the Chrysler Building, according to two people with knowledge of the situation.
Texans will have to prove who they are to cast ballots today, beginning a series of U.S state elections that will show the effect of laws pushed by Republicans requiring photo identification at the polls.
Sweden’s government has held direct talks with Volkswagen AG, calling on the German automaker to safeguard jobs and development at Scania AB should it succeed in its bid to acquire all the shares in the Swedish truckmaker.
Men’s Wearhouse Inc. sued Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc., demanding that the retailer’s newly adopted anti-takeover defenses be declared invalid after Men’s Wearhouse increased its buyout offer to about $1.78 billion.