Samsung Group says process to disband its corporate strategy office underway

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SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korean conglomerate Samsung Group [SAGR.UL] said on Monday it will disband its corporate strategy office tasked with managing long-term group-related affairs at the conclusion of the current special prosecution probe. Jay Y. Lee, third-generation leader of the country’s top conglomerate, said at a December parliament hearing he plans to disband the office but did not give a specific timeline. Samsung said in a statement the process of dismantling the office is already underway but did not elaborate further. …

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Twitter doles out stock, cash bonus to retain talent: WSJ

(Reuters) – Twitter Inc has been offering additional restricted stock and cash bonus to employees to prevent staff departure, the Wall Street Journal reported. Twitter granted varying amounts of restricted stock depending on when the employees started working, intending to make up for the value they lost since joining the company, WSJ reported, citing people familiar with the matter. Twitter has been struggling to keep talent at the company as stagnant growth and falling stock have raised questions over the company's future.

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Top Twitter executives to leave company, CEO Dorsey tweets

By Yasmeen Abutaleb SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Four senior Twitter executives are leaving the media company, CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted late Sunday night, the biggest leadership changes since Dorsey returned as chief executive as he struggles to revive the company's growth. Media head Katie Jacobs Stanton, product head Kevin Weil, the head of the engineering division, Alex Roetter, and HR head Brian “Skip” Schipper will all leave the company, he said. Addressing what he called inaccurate press rumors, Dorsey praised the four executives and said he was sad to announce their departures.

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Twitter clarifies rules on banned content, abusive behavior

Twitter Inc has clarified its definition of abusive behavior that will prompt it to delete accounts, banning “hateful conduct” that promotes violence against specific groups. The social media company disclosed the changes on Tuesday in a blog post, following rising criticism it was not doing enough to thwart Islamic State's use of the site for propaganda and recruitment. “As always, we embrace and encourage diverse opinions and beliefs, but we will continue to take action on accounts that cross the line into abuse,” Megan Cristina, director of Trust and Safety, said in the blog.

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