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Will The Volcker Rule Work?
Paul Volcker, former head of the Federal Reserve Board . (Photo credit: Wikipedia) At long last, the Volcker Rule has arrived. Inspired by former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker, the rule aims...
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San Antonio Express-News
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Securities and Exchange Commission
Clubby ties between U.S. CEOs and board audit com...
By Dena Aubin NEW YORK (Reuters) - Almost 40 percent of U.S. corporate directors with responsibility for monitoring the profit-and-loss ledger have social ties to the chief executive, a study says,...
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Volcker rule aims to keep the CEO accountable
Here’s one of the most interesting provisions of the Volcker Rule: It seeks to hold accountable the people at the top — and by that, we mean the very top. The rule released Tuesday contains a “CEO...
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Study: CEOs Have Too Many Friends on the Audit Co...
While federal regulations in the wake of corporate scandals like Enron and
required audit committees to be solely composed of independent directors, a new study in the American Accounting...
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Paul Volcker, Dodd-Frank and the Cult of Personal...
I know your anger, I know your dreams I've been everything you want to be Living Color/ Muzzy Skillings, Corey Glover, Vernon Reid, Will Calhoun Scheduled to be on Bloomberg TV ~ 2:50 ET today --...
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Jim Tunney: Pride still counts Pride still counts
Jim Tunney: Pride still counts Pride still counts I t has always been this writer's belief that pride counts for something. The old saw states "If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for...
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evaluating a company's management
Most investors realize that it's important for a company to have a good management team. The problem is that evaluating management is difficult - so many aspects of the job are intangible. It's clear...
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Happy Birthday To Greenwich’s Richard C. Breeden
GREENWICH, Conn. -- Happy nirthday To Greenwich’s Richard C. Breeden. Richard C. Breeden, who has owned a home in Greenwich, turns 64 on Friday. The corporate executive and attorney was born Dec. 6,...
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George H. W. Bush
Tech Image Accelerates Public Relations Agency Gr...
Six new clients hired Tech Image recently in order to promote themselves with digital best practices for media outreach. Digital Public Relations includes optimizing content for organic search...
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Proxy advisers face challenge from corporate crit...
By Jim Spencer email@example.com While such votes often aren’t binding on a company, they signal the power of what are known as proxy advisory firms. But now critics are pushing back,...
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AFL-CIO director works to stop decline of unions
Damon Silvers still remembers the pickles. In 2011, at a roundtable discussion in Durham, N.C., the Presidents Council on Jobs and Competitiveness showcased biotech firms that werent planning to...
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Entrepreneurs Can Revitalize The Image Of Business
Lehman Brothers Rockefeller centre (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Large corporations and conglomerates, the engines of growth and vitality in the twentieth century, have lost their edge and their image....
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What does it really mean when market sets record?
The stock market flirted with historical highs this week, with the Dow Jones industrial average trading higher than 16,000 and the Standard & Poor’s 500 exceeding 1,800 for a time. But are stock...
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Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
UMMC’s Landmark purchase gets IHL nod
A sizable chunk of downtown Jackson’s vacant office space will soon move to the occupied side of the ledger with the University of Mississippi Medical Center’s planned purchase of the Landmark...
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Mississippi Medical Center
University of Mississippi Medical Center
Organized labor is in trouble. This guy is suppos...
AFL-CIO policy director Damon Silvers never quite knew the glory days of labor. (Linda Davidson/Washington Post) Damon Silvers still remembers the pickles. In 2011, at a roundtable discussion in...
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Judge Rakoff Wants Someone to Pay
At a meeting of New York City securities lawyers this week, Jed Rakoff did what he does best: challenge Establishment Thinking. "While the economy has slowly improved, there are still millions of...
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STUDIES SHED LIGHT ON PROPOSAL TO REQUIRE IDENTIF...
Summaries of the studies follow. More information about each study is available in the AAA press release. Does the Identity of Engagement Partners Matter? An Analysis of Audit Partner Reporting...
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University of Florida
Bishops approve 2014 budget, 3 percent assessment...
The U.S. bishops, in separate votes Tuesday, approved a budget for the year 2014 and a 3 percent increase in diocesan assessments starting in 2015. The bishops also approved a proposal to modify that...
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Why Has Nobody Gone To Jail For The Financial Cri...
Why Have No High Level Executives Been Prosecuted In Connection With The Financial Crisis? Five years have passed since the onset of what is sometimes called the Great Recession. While the economy...
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U.S. justices probe private company whistleblower...
U.S. justices probe private company whistleblower protections WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Supreme Court justices on Tuesday signaled they may have some difficulty deciding whether employees at private...
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