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Why clients are their own most valuable asset
A new risk factor has been identified for financial advisers who are helping clients save for retirement: the person's earnings potential and career path.
Nuclear debate on Clark Public Utilities agenda
The Clark Public Utilities Board of Commissioners will receive a presentation of a study by utility economist Robert McCullough at 9 a.m. today at the Vancouver Service Center, 1200 Fort Vancouver Way.
Convicted Enron CFO to speak on ethics
Enron Corp. was an energy, financial services and commodities company based in Houston, Texas.
Rest of the Best: 10 Best Places to Take a Kid on a Train in Houston
Back when Houston decided it no longer really wanted to be the Space City anymore , we rechristened ourselves the Bayou City and also got really into trains.
Set in Houston: From Galveston hurricane to Enron debacle, Gulf Coast ...
A woman walks through a cleared passageway among the debris left by the Galveston hurricane of 1900.
PwC's Booz Deal Revives Specter of Enron-Era Auditing Conflicts
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP's acquisition of consulting firm Booz & Co., completed this week, has U.S. regulators eyeing the potential for conflicts of interest in the auditing industry- again.
Whistleblower Claims The Wave Continues
"The cover-up is often worse than the crime" an apt mantra for employers who are being increasingly forced to defend retaliation and/or whistleblower claims brought in myriad industries under a broad spectrum of federal and state laws.
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Billionaire John Arnold explains support for DISD home rule
Whatever else John Arnold may feel about being a target of controversy in the push for a DISD home-rule charter, he isn't surprised.