First-ever top lawyer for organic food company likes being part of a company that people can relate to; and other Moves
Luis Aguilar of the Securities and Exchange Commission says the agency should consider a new rule requiring public companies to disclose to investors all political spending activity
The Daily Report
...who is speaking to us" See also: "Shareholder Resolutions Urge BoA, 3M, Target to Forgo Political Spending," CorpCounsel, January 2012....
Two investment firms have filed shareholder resolutions at Bank of America, 3M Company, and Target Corporation, urging the three companies to refrain from making political donations in the future
...buy failed institutions. "Lenders are kind of like the boa constrictor that swallows a beach ball," he says. "They're...
...quot; She also cites the results of Moneyland's online poll asking BoA customers about their planned reactions to the fee: "Roughly 75 percent...
...But not many GCs are likely to have found themselves in the boa constrictor that recently surrounded ...
After Parmalat fell, Italians clamored for corporate reforms. They're still waiting
Four years ago, Parmalat's $18 billion meltdown was seen as a watershed moment in Italian business. Bruno Cova, who was appointed Parmalat's acting general counsel after the collapse, had to deal wit
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