Taxes too

23 March 2017 By Robert Cyran

An activist bet the farm on 72-year-old Hunter Harrison turning around $43 bln railroad CSX in four years. Actuarial tables suggest a real danger he might not. CEOs are becoming grayer, meaning shareholders have become more willing to bear the risk of impromptu corporate changes.

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