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Adidas AG’s chief executive and senior leaders in Germany discussed as far back as four years ago the risk of continuing a relationship with Kanye West that they feared could blow up at any moment, according to people familiar with the matter and documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. A 2018 presentation to members of the Adidas executive board, a group that included CEO Kasper Rorsted and the head of human resources, highlighted the risks for employees interacting with Mr. West and detailed mitigation strategies for the relationship with the Yeezy creator, including cutting ties with the rapper-turned-designer, documents show.
Deutsche Bank was fined by New York state’s financial regulator in 2020 for failing to properly monitor its dealings with Jeffrey Epstein and other lapses. Women who accused Jeffrey Epstein of sexual abuse are suing Deutsche Bank AG and JPMorgan Chase & Co., saying the banks facilitated Epstein’s alleged sex-trafficking operation and ignored red flags about their wealthy client. The two lawsuits seek class-action status and unspecified financial damages. They were both brought by lawyers that have represented many of the late financier’s accusers. The suits were filed in federal court in New York on Thursday.
Deutsche Bank was fined by New York state’s financial regulator in 2020 for failing to properly monitor its dealings with Jeffrey Epstein and other lapses. Women who accused Jeffrey Epstein of sexual abuse are suing Deutsche Bank AG and JPMorgan Chase & Co., saying the banks facilitated Epstein’s alleged sex-trafficking operation and ignored red flags about their wealthy client. The two lawsuits seek class-action status and unspecified financial damages. They were both brought by lawyers that have represented many of the late financier’s accusers. The suits were filed in federal court in New York on Thursday.
The chief executive of Newman’s Own Foundation is preparing to leave, and the nonprofit has been searching for a new leader, as the organization contends with a legal challenge by members of the late Paul Newman’s family. Miriam Nelson , who became CEO in January 2020, said she told the foundation’s board in the spring that she planned to retire at the end of the year. “I am confident that the board of directors will soon find a CEO that will continue the strategic road map that we started,” Dr. Nelson, 62 years old, said in a statement to The Wall Street Journal.
Cerebral said in a memo that the moves would affect all of the company’s divisions. Telehealth startup Cerebral Inc. told staffers it is cutting jobs and restructuring its operations in moves that will affect about 20% of its employees, shrinking the company to match patient demand and lower growth targets. In a memo to staff on Monday, Chief Executive David Mou said the changes would be spread across all divisions, including headquarters, clinical-care teams and support staff. He said employees would be notified over the course of the week, according to the memo, which was viewed by The Wall Street Journal.
Cerebral said the moves would be spread across all of its divisions. Telehealth startup Cerebral Inc. told staffers it is cutting jobs and restructuring its operations in moves that will affect about 20% of its employees, shrinking the company to match patient demand and lower growth targets. In a memo to staff on Monday, Chief Executive David Mou said the changes would be spread across all divisions, including headquarters, clinical-care teams and support staff. He said employees would be notified over the course of the week, according to the memo, which was reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.
Mental-health startup Cerebral was subpoenaed last month by federal prosecutors as part of an investigation into possible violations of the Controlled Substances Act. The Federal Trade Commission has begun an investigation into mental-health startup Cerebral Inc., according to a letter the FTC sent the company that was reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. In the letter dated June 1, the FTC said it was investigating whether Cerebral engaged in deceptive or unfair practices related to advertising or marketing of mental-health services. The letter also directed the company to preserve documents.
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