There are many perks when you work in-house, but there's still one big negative: companies have very little room at the top
..."Blueprint for a Secure Energy Future"...
...Act of 2012, due to the failure in the Senate to secure the 60 votes needed to cut off a filibuster, appears to the...
The board of directors, which once seemed above the fray, is increasingly in the thick of itfending off everything from bad publicity to nasty lawsuits
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Corporate directors, who once seemed above the fray, are increasingly in the thick of it-fending off everything from bad publicity to nasty lawsuits
Corporate directors, who once seemed above the fray, are increasingly in the thick of itfending off everything from bad publicity to nasty lawsuits
Corporate counsel facing congressional inquiries should prepare themselves and their companies to ensure that such investigations do not result in significant and lasting damage to the corporate bran
...in cash and assumed debt. NDS develops software that allows for the secure delivery of video content. The deal would be Cisco's largest since...
...Mobil Corp. had an inside track earlier this year when a Japanese energy company acquired 99 percent of its Tokyo-based subsidiary, called Exxon Mobil...
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