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Recently, we've been thinking a lot about crowds. Most sources define the term "crowds" as a large group of people gathered closely together or with something in common.
The state's independent auditing agency will soon receive more legislative oversight.
THE Salarygate scandal in which chief executives of State-owned companies, parastatals and local authorities awarded themselves mega salaries left many workers frustrated.
St. Tammany has been a long-time GEMS user and this award was given in relation to its annual CAFR report, which is now supported by our Harris, System Innovators Business Unit.
Verrill Dana is pleased to welcome Elizabeth Riotte, nee LeBlanc, to its Business and Corporate Group.
For the eighth consecutive year, the Hi-Desert Water District has been recognized for its financial reporting.
ACM Prajin Jantong has resigned from the board of PTT Plc, fanning speculation that he will join the Prayuth Chan-Ocha cabinet.
Owners these days are looking for financial results in real time, not just once a month.
John W. Martin is a corporate partner with Baker Botts LLP and serves as the partner-in-charge of the firm's Palo Alto, California, office.
Summary Opaque related-party transactions is the most important corporate governance issue in promoter-managed firms, according to a poll conducted by proxy advisory firm IiAS.
I have been reading with interest Lyman Johnson's new paper, Law and the History of Corporate Responsibility: Corporate Governance .
The trade group representing institutional investors urges Securities and Exchange Commission not to weaken plans to make auditors publicly accountable for their work.
Allen will also serve on the Audit Committee and Compensation Committee, while Seid will serve on the Compensation Committee and Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee.
Research Findings/Insights: Confrontational shareholder activism of the kind practiced by American and British hedge funds in during the 2000s failed to gain acceptance from Japanese investors and managers or to alter the internal focus of corporate governance practices in Japanese firms."
The three people - John Chevedden, William Steiner, James McRitchie and their families - specialize in bringing shareholder proposals at annual meetings, urging companies to change their compensation practices or improve their corporate governance.
The increases in cargo volume at the Port of Charleston extended into the first month of the 2015 fiscal year.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 05:46 am
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