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Crain's New York Business
When rosy results were trumped up for the Donald's casinosDonald Trump said his underlings simply got carried away when his casino compan
When rosy results were trumped up for the Donald's casinos
Crain's New York Business / Posted 3 days ago
Donald Trump said his underlings simply got carried away when his casino company reported that it was making money. Early last decade, a massive accounting crisis infected corporate America. Companies like WorldCom, Sunbeam, Waste Management and... Read more
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TheStreet.com
The Age of Vernon Jordan Is Over -- Serving on a Board Is a Full-Time Job NowOverall, the numbers reflect a growing trend in the boardroom toward treating d
The Age of Vernon Jordan Is Over -- Serving on a Board Is a Full-Time Job Now
TheStreet.com / Posted 3 days ago
Overall, the numbers reflect a growing trend in the boardroom toward treating directors more as exclusive employees. "The modern directorship is not a casual, part-time role," said William C. Hunter, who has served on the board of Xerox(XRX - Get... Read more
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CIO
CIOs boost their careers doing double dutyAfter stints as a CIO at three different companies, Elizabeth Hackenson was, we
CIOs boost their careers doing double duty
CIO / Posted 3 days ago
After stints as a CIO at three different companies, Elizabeth Hackenson was, well, a little bored. As CIO at The AES Corp., a $17 billion global power company, she had surrounded herself with a formidable team and had no desire to micromanage them.... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
When rosy results were trumped up for the Donald's casinosDonald Trump said his underlings simply got carried away when his casino compan
When rosy results were trumped up for the Donald's casinos
Crain's New York Business / Posted 6 days ago
Donald Trump said his underlings simply got carried away when his casino company reported that it was making money. Early last decade, corporate America was suffering from a massive accounting crisis. Companies like WorldCom, Sunbeam, Waste... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
When rosy results were trumped up for the Donald's casinosDonald Trump said his underlings simply got carried away when his casino compan
When rosy results were trumped up for the Donald's casinos
Crain's New York Business / Posted 6 days ago
Donald Trump said his underlings simply got carried away when his casino company reported that it was making money. Early last decade, corporate America was suffering from a massive accounting crisis. Companies like WorldCom, Sunbeam, Waste... Read more
2 related stories
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Investopedia
How To Buy Penny Stocks (While Avoiding Scammers) (CYNK)Let's face it, who wouldn't like to get in on a stock that trades for mere penn
How To Buy Penny Stocks (While Avoiding Scammers) (CYNK)
Investopedia / Posted 7 days ago
Let's face it, who wouldn't like to get in on a stock that trades for mere pennies but over time ascends to stratospheric levels, resulting in gains of tens of thousands of dollars? That's the central allure of penny stocks – the fact that you can... Read more
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Accounting Today
Non-Audit Fees Declining at Auditing FirmsLast year, the percentage of non-audit fees dropped below 10 percent of the tot
Non-Audit Fees Declining at Auditing Firms
Accounting Today / Posted 7 days ago
Last year, the percentage of non-audit fees dropped below 10 percent of the total fees paid to audit firms for the first time since Sarbanes-Oxley, according to a new report. The report, from the research firm Audit Analytics, studied the audit and... Read more
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Investopedia
Asset Manager Ethics: DisclosuresIf one thing is evident from the numerous corporate scandals seen over the past
Asset Manager Ethics: Disclosures
Investopedia / Posted 10 days ago
If one thing is evident from the numerous corporate scandals seen over the past several decades, from Enron to WorldCom, one glaring deficiency in the accounting practice is the level and use of disclosures. Sure annual and quarterly reports are... Read more
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Business Insider
Stewart Butterfield's inspiration came when he was 'puking my guts out in a hotel in New York'Slack founder Stewart Butterfield's life is the stuff of Silicon Valley legend.
Stewart Butterfield's inspiration came when he was 'puking my guts out in a hotel in New York'
Business Insider / Posted 12 days ago
Slack founder Stewart Butterfield's life is the stuff of Silicon Valley legend. But if there's one lesson to be learned from him, it's this: within the mess of every failure is the seed of success. You just might have to be delirious to see it. His... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
The Top 10 Business Rivalries In HistoryYou’re paused in the soda aisle at the grocery store or on your way into work,
The Top 10 Business Rivalries In History
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 17 days ago
You’re paused in the soda aisle at the grocery store or on your way into work, in search of your morning latte. Coke versus Pepsi, Dunkin’ Donuts versus Starbucks—which brand do you choose? For you, it’s a split-second decision shaped by years of... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
The revolt against the ruling classYet as enthusiasm for the bombastic billionaire and the socialist senior contin
The revolt against the ruling class
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 23 days ago
Yet as enthusiasm for the bombastic billionaire and the socialist senior continues to build within each party, the political establishment is mystified. Political insiders don't see that the biggest political phenomenon in America today is a revolt... Read more
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The Daily Mining Gazette
People’s revolt against ruling classYet as enthusiasm for the bombastic billionaire and the socialist senior contin
People’s revolt against ruling class
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted 26 days ago
Yet as enthusiasm for the bombastic billionaire and the socialist senior continues to build within each party, the political establishment is mystified. Political insiders don't see that the biggest political phenomenon in America today is a revolt... Read more
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Investopedia
Companies You Never Thought Would Go Bankrupt (RSHCQ,GM,F,FCAU,T,VZ)Corporate bankruptcies have become a mainstay in the news during the 21st centu
Companies You Never Thought Would Go Bankrupt (RSHCQ,GM,F,FCAU,T,VZ)
Investopedia / Posted 27 days ago
Corporate bankruptcies have become a mainstay in the news during the 21st century. Whether due to mismanagement, excessive risk-taking, profligate spending or failure to keep up with technological advances, companies that previously enjoyed immense... Read more
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Forbes
"Ethics Playbook" - Something To Add To Your Summer ReadingIn the aftermath of Enron and Worldcom, business schools took the initiative to
"Ethics Playbook" - Something To Add To Your Summer Reading
Forbes / Posted 28 days ago
In the aftermath of Enron and Worldcom, business schools took the initiative to better prepare future leaders to play by the rules … act ethically. ‘Ethics’ became a buzzword but there was also an emphasis to incorporate ethics into every facet of... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Crain's pick for attorney generalThe field of democrats hoping to succeed Andrew Cuomo as state attorney general
Crain's pick for attorney general
Crain's New York Business / Posted 30 days ago
The field of democrats hoping to succeed Andrew Cuomo as state attorney general is highly competitive, if unknown to the general public. None of the five candidates carries the high profile of the incumbent or his predecessor, Eliot Spitzer. Mr.... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Why Donald Trump owes his celebrity to football In 1983, an upstart football league challenged the NFL’s monopoly. The USFL s
Why Donald Trump owes his celebrity to football
Crain's New York Business / Posted 30 days ago
In 1983, an upstart football league challenged the NFL’s monopoly. The USFL secured national TV contracts and poached talent including quarterbacks Jim Kelly and Steve Young and running back Herschel... Read more
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Salon.com
Robert Reich: America is revolting against its ruling class“He can’t possibly win the nomination,” is the phrase heard most often when Was
Robert Reich: America is revolting against its ruling class
Salon.com / Posted 30 days ago
“He can’t possibly win the nomination,” is the phrase heard most often when Washington insiders mention either Donald Trump or Bernie Sanders. Yet as enthusiasm for the bombastic billionaire and the socialist senior continues to build within each... Read more
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Op-Ed News
The Revolt Against the Ruling Class"He can't possibly win the nomination," is the phrase heard most often when Was
The Revolt Against the Ruling Class
Op-Ed News / Posted a month ago
"He can't possibly win the nomination," is the phrase heard most often when Washington insiders mention either Donald Trump or Bernie Sanders. Yet, as enthusiasm for the bombastic billionaire and the socialist senior continues to build within each... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
United hack means spies may know where you thought you would be by nowUnited Airlines, Bloomberg reports, fell prey recently to the same hackers with
United hack means spies may know where you thought you would be by now
Chicago Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
United Airlines, Bloomberg reports, fell prey recently to the same hackers with possible Chinese intelligence ties who earlier hit health insurance and federal government networks. It's disconcerting that spies may know where we're heading if we ever... Read more

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