Tuesday Mar 4
Sarbanes-Oxley Whistle-Blower Shield Expanded by Court
The U.S. Supreme Court justices, voting 6-3, allowed whistle-blower claims by two former employees of a privately held company that provides investment advice and management services to the Fidelity mutual funds.
Dallas Morning News
Hashimoto: Shouldn't DISD's home-rule advocates tell us why?
Golden statues for Most Interesting Story and Most Frustrating Story from the weekend go to education reporters Tawnell Hobbs and Matthew Haag, and the second part of that isn't their fault.
Dallas Morning News
Group pushes for election to remake Dallas ISD as freer home-rule district
Supporters of creating a new "home-rule district" tout the chance to free Dallas schools from requirements that some consider unproductive.
Totally Rad Dude: Don't miss Enron
There are three opportunities left to catch the latest NAC production, Enron . Rearrange your schedule, change your plans if you can and don't miss it.
Lim Kit Siang
Malaysia's monopoly corporate crony capitalism, framed and flourishing ethnocentrically and laced with economic fascism continue to take root, fashioned after the ethos and eerie-ness of America's Enron Corporation which was said to be too big to fail yet fell like a house of cards that turned into ashes after an internal combustion of a ... (more)
Stocks: Insiders Buy at Kinder Morgan and Kinder Morgan Energy Partners
Welcome to our daily roundup of top insider trades. Here's a look at the most significant inside purchases recently filed with the SEC.
Fred Miller: A look at Portland's interim Chief Administrative...
Fred Miller has three months on the job as Portland's interim chief administrative officer , but he's settling in quite nicely.
Former Enron VP to discuss ethics and business at 2014 Free Enterprise Dinner
A former Enron vice president and one of the key witnesses in the Enron trials, Sherron Watkins will be the featured speaker at University of the Southwest's annual Free Enterprise Dinner.
On Jan. 31 Clean Currents , a well-regarded supplier of "green" electric power to residents of Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania, suddenly ceased operations, saying a spike in wholesale power prices had forced it out of business.
Houston billionaire donated funds for PBS series
John and Laura Arnold's foundation donated $3.5 million for a PBS series on government policies on unfunded pension liabilities.
From Enron to Advocacy: How Women are Transforming Corporate Culture
When you look at the companies pioneering advocate marketing and other social media strategies, you'll notice a common theme: women are leading the charge.
The Washington Post
Former Enron Trading Trio Gains as Winter Heating Demand Surges
Three former Enron Corp. traders saw returns jump more than 15 percent in January at their year-old hedge fund as natural gas and electricity prices soared with frigid weather.