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“For 2017 awards: Revenue reduced to 50% weighting for PSUs to reflect increased Company focus on non-GAAP Operating Margin. Non-GAAP EPS increased to 50% weighting for PSUs; target accounts for $1.5 billion accelerated share repurchase program initiated in March 2017,” Cognizant said in its proxy filing. Infosys’s CEO Vishal Sikka was issued fewer than a fifth of the stock options he was eligible for as part of his compensation. Sikka was eligible for an annual grant of performance based equity and stock options of $5 Million, subject to achievement of performance targets. Infosys chairman R Seshasayee said that Sikka’s salary would be lower compared to FY16. “If the targets were not met, as in the case of Vishal, the compensation came down this year as compared to last year. We just acted on the promise we made to shareholders,” Seshasayee told ET. Shareholder advisory firm said the slashing of CEO payouts at a time of slower growth was a feature of good corporate governance.
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It will break ground in the fourth quarter of this year. "Our new India plant will enable us to sell cars in the world's fifth-largest market, while providing greater flexibility for our global business," Kia Motors President Park Han-woo said in a statement. Reuters reported in February that Kia was close to finalising Andhra Pradesh as the site for its first Indian factory.. The announcement came after Kia and Hyundai Motor suffered a March sales slump in China, their biggest market, and sharply cut production in the wake of Seoul's decision to deploy a U.S. anti-missile system, which angered China. "The fall in consumer sentiment in China is stemming from a political issue, a situation which is beyond the control of an individual firm and is difficult to be resolved within the short term," Han Chun-soo, Kia's chief financial officer, said during an earnings conference call.
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Stirlin Developments Limited recently lodged plans to build a huge new business park in North Hykeham. But director James Kirby and his team are no strangers to ambitious projects. Nicholas Fletcher spoke to the Lincoln lad to find out the firm has grown in recent years - and how it could have easily gone under. With dreams of becoming a professional footballer and living the high life, James Kirby's journey into real estate development was a usual one. Brought up in Skellingthorpe with his...
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More young people in Lincoln are set to benefit after accountancy firm Saul Fairholm's annual quiz raised hundreds of pounds for one of its adopted charities. The business, which has offices in Tentercroft Street, Lincoln, was thrilled to present a cheque for £610 to Lincoln-based charity One Me following its annual charity quiz. The quiz was held at Home nightclub and saw teams from businesses across Lincoln take part. READ MORE: First look inside THIS village pub opening up again...
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Al-Monitor | Matt Dabrowski : According to a recent survey released by the polling firm IranPoll, incumbent Hassan Rouhani remains popular just as Iran’s presidential campaign kicks into high gear. But Tehran Mayor Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf, Rouhani’s chief rival from the last presidential election in 2013, is also well regarded by voters. Does the poll, which was conducted April 11-14, set the stage for a rematch between the two men for the presidency? According to the survey, 62% of Iranians have a favorable opinion of Rouhani; 35% have an unfavorable opinion. For Ghalibaf, who came in second to Rouhani in 2013, 67% of Iranians have a favorable opinion, while 25% have an unfavorable opinion. The first round of the presidential elections will be held May 19. The weakness in the broader Iranian economy has weighed heavily on Rouhani’s public image.
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From giving staff a week's paid leave to look after their new dog, to the firm that pays towards its employees' weddings.
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If you had started to think that President Trump and his team might know something about diplomacy after all, that their firm talk and shows of strength might finally prod the Chinese and North Koreans to get rid of Kim Jung-un’s nuclear weapons, well, think again. Trump’s holsters are empty, and so is his brain trust. They’ve got nothing, up and down.
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The ankle he has on the right, he needs to play quite firm to bounce it on and off the collision because the natural anglers to roll tin. The white is going very close to right-hand.
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SHARES in Devro were up by more than four per cent last night after the Glasgow-based sausage skin manufacturer said it returned to volume growth in the early part of the year.
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From giving staff a week's paid leave to look after their new dog, to the firm that pays towards its employees' weddings.
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And adding to the deficit presents a politically perilous choice for many Republicans as well as significant legislative complications. “I’m very sensitive to the deficit and the $21 trillion worth of national debt,” said Rep. Tom Reed (R-N.Y.). Mnuchin and other Trump officials said they want to work with Congress on shaping a bill that can pass by the end of the year. But the White House is already spurning a key piece of Speaker Paul Ryan’s tax plan — a proposed tax on imports that would help pay for cutting the corporate tax rate to 15 percent, as Trump has proposed. Ryan downplayed the provision’s absence in Trump’s plan Wednesday. “We all agree that in its present form it needs to be modified,” Ryan said border adjustment tax at the law firm BakerHostetler. “We dont want to have severe disruptions — if you’re an importer or a retailer heavily dependent on importers, we dont want to shock the system so much that it puts them at a disruptive disadvantage.
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The singer posted a photo on Instagram on Tuesday, posing with a bottle of Teami tea, and urging fans to join the firm's 30-day detox program. But health officials warn a key herb in it could be dangerous.
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The steering wheel is round and bereft of buttons, wonderfully, although I might live without the £168 red strip at noon o’clock. Maybe. The seats in this example are full buckets, at £3324. I might have those. GT3s hold their value so well that you should just spec it how you like it. Further back still, the rear suspension is mildly tweaked again: it’s “very RS-ish”, Preuninger has said. There are helper springs at the back, which allow the main springs to be lighter, and dampers are retuned all round and said to make the GT3 both ride better on the road yet be more taut on a circuit than before when you plonk them into firm mode. There’s still active rear steer. At the very back is a new rear bumper, made from the same weight-saving material as the front one, while the rear spoiler is the same as before but mounted 20mm further back and 10mm higher.