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Twitter's Noto Is Said to Be Among Finalists as SoFi CEO

Bloomberg
Anthony Noto, Twitter Inc.'s chief operating officer, is in talks with Social Finance Inc. to become the online lending company's new chief executive officer. San Francisco-based SoFi has been searching for a leader since September, when co-founder and ...



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Dorothy Malone, Oscar-Winning Star of 'Peyton Place' and 'Basic Instinct,' Dies at 92

TheWrap
She won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for the role. Malone landed better roles in the years following, appearing in “Too Much, Too Soon” with Errol Flynn, “Man of a Thousand Faces” with James Cagney and reteaming with Hudson in 1961's “The Last ...



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Billion-Dollar Unicorns: SoFi Delays IPO Plans

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San Francisco-based Social Finance Inc. or SoFi was founded in 2011 by Mike Cagney, Dan Macklin, James Finnigan and Ian Brady. CEO Mike Cagney worked at Wells Fargo & Co. in the 1990s before starting a technology company and then a hedge fund. He met ...

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