AstraZeneca shareholder urges board to restart Pfizer talks
Reuters: A British fund management company, which is one of the largest shareholders in AstraZeneca, urged the company to restart takeover talks with Pfizer. The company, Schroeder, added its criticism of the British drugmaker's rejection of the U.S. firm's 70 billion-pound ($118 billion) bid.
Sprint hit with largest-ever 'Do Not Call' fine
CNNMoney: When it comes to "Do Not Call" requests, Sprint apparently hasn't gotten the message. The Federal Communications Commission announced Monday that the wireless carrier will pay a $7.5 million fine for failing to honor requests from consumers to opt out of phone and text-message marketing campaigns. As part of the settlement, Sprint has to set up a compliance program and provide regular reports to regulators for the next two years.
Princeton's top money managers got 46 percent pay raise in 2013
Bloomberg: Princeton University paid four of its endowment managers a combined $9.2 million in 2013, a 46 percent increase from a year earlier and four times the increase Harvard University paid its top investors. Andrew Golden, the president of Princeton University Investment Co., the company known as Princo that manages the school's $18.2 billion endowment, collected $3.9 million in total compensation last year. The 55-year-old's remuneration included a 94 percent increase in retirement and deferred compensation and a 48 percent jump in bonus pay, according to the university's latest tax return.