In her Securities Regulation column, Roberta S. Karmel, Centennial Professor of Law and codirector of the Center for the Study of International Business Law at Brooklyn Law School, writes that althou
...saw profits sag for a simple reason summarized in a Bloomberg Businessweek review of the book: "By bulking up so aggressively...
In their Corporate Governance column, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz's David A. Katz and Laura A. McIntosh write: Say on pay was a topic of paramount concern to issuers this year and was the basis fo
...in debt."4 Bloomberg Businessweek reported: "Dubbing it a 'student loan debt bomb,' the...
In her Securities Regulation column, Roberta S. Karmel, a professor at Brooklyn Law School and a former commissioner of the SEC, discusses single stock circuit breakers, the prohibition on naked acce
...take in-house jobs with one of the firm's largest clients, Bloomberg LP. In the process, Bloomberg is getting a new chief legal officer...
In his Tax Litigation Issues column, Jeremy H. Temkin, a principal in Morvillo, Abramowitz, Grand, Iason, Anello & Bohrer, writes on the IRS's efforts to reduce the $345 billion "tax gap" between wha
...the past three decades, Bloomberg, also the parent company of Bloomberg.com and Businessweek.com, has expanded its presence through print, television, radio and...
In her Securities Regulation column, former SEC Commissioner Roberta S. Karmel describes the hopefulness and difficulties for firms during the transition from a largely unregulated market environment
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