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Visa CEO departs and moves back to East Coast

Credit card giant Visa Inc (NYSE:V) is to get a new chief executive after Charles Scharf decided he was spending too much time in San Francisco. Scharf lived in New York before he took the Visa job in..
Proactive Investors

Visa CEO Scharf leaving post, will be replaced by Kelly

Charles Scharf is stepping down as Visa's CEO, saying he needs to be near family in New York.  -More- 
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Former AmEx president to succeed Visa CEO

Charles Scharf is stepping down as Visa's CEO after determining that he needs to be near family in New York.  -More- 
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Frontrunning: October 18

· Commodity stocks lift global shares, inflation in focus (Reuters) · FBI Papers Show State Department Fought Clinton Email Classification (WSJ) · Russia Declares Pause in Aleppo Bombing so..
Zero Hedge

Global Stocks Rebound As Fed Fears Ease, Dollar Falls From 7 Month High

If yesterday's session was dominated by concerns about Fed tightening and rising long-end rates, today fears about a hawkish Fed have subsided, and as a result European, Asian stocks and S&P futures..
Zero Hedge

Visa CEO Scharf Steps Down

Visa Inc. said Chief Executive Officer Charles Scharf is resigning his post after advising the board that he can no longer spend enough time in San Francisco “to do the job effectively.”
Wall Street Journal Also reported by •USATODAY.com

Visa CEO says he can't work in San Francisco

Visa's CEO Charlie Scharf is stepping down, saying he wants to spend more time with family.
CNN.com Also reported by •CNNMoney

The Wall Street Journal: Visa CEO Charles Scharf resigns, citing cross-country commute


MarketWatch

Visa CEO steps down, former AmEx exec is named successor

Visa Inc. on Monday named current board member Alfred Kelly Jr. as its president and CEO. In June Visa completed the purchase of its sister company, Visa Europe, in a deal worth over $23 billion,..
SeattlePI.com Also reported by •Seattle Times

Visa CEO Charlie Scharf steps down in surprise departure

Visa CEO Charlie Scharf resigned Monday, saying he needs to spend more time with family in New York. "I think to do this job properly you need to be committed to spending the appropriate amount of time..
bizjournals

Visa's CEO is resigning and says he could no longer spend the time in San Francisco to do the job well (V)

visa's ceo is resigning and says he could no longer spend the time in san francisco to do the job well (v)
Visa Inc said Chief Executive Charlie Scharf has decided to resign, effective Dec. 1. The company named Alfred Kelly Jr, a former president of American Express Co and a current Visa board member,..
Business Insider

Visa CEO to exit


SeekingAlpha

Alfred F. Kelly appointed new Visa CEO


MarketWatch

Visa CEO resigns


MarketWatch

Visa earnings fall due to costs tied to Visa Europe purchase

NEW YORK (AP) — Credit and debit card processor Visa Inc. said its fiscal third-quarter earnings fell 76 percent from a year ago, largely due to the cost of completing its purchase of its operations..
SeattlePI.com

Payoff Adopts Fully Digital Financial Transaction Management with eOriginal and Millennium Trust Company

Post-Signature Asset Management with eVaulting and Securitization Capabilities will become the Industry Standard in Marketplace Lending, says Payoff CEO and Founder Scott Saunders BALTIMORE (PRWEB)..
PRWeb

CEOs Are Hopeful But "Looking For A Macro Curveball"

ceos are hopeful but looking for a macro curveball
It's not just Halliburton (*"What we are experiencing today is far beyond headwinds; it is unsustainable"*) and Intel (12,000 layoffs amid re-evaluation of programs) that are facing up to a new normal..
Zero Hedge


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