Fairway’s $12.1M Board Payday Tops Apple as Shares Plunge

Oct. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Fairway Group Holding Corp. rewarded board members with $12.1 million in compensation last year, topping pay at the boards of Apple and Google, despite a stock price that has fallen 74 percent since the company went public in April 2013. Bloomberg’s Laura Marcinek reports on “Market Makers.”

Alibaba Tops 1Q Revenue, Earnings Expectations
53:58 - Rob Sanderson, managing director at MKM Partners, examines first-quarter results from Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. as revenue beat estimates and sales rose 56 percent. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close." (Source: Bloomberg)
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