Think of powerful, multi-billion dollar corporations, and many come readily to mind. Wal-Mart. General Electric. Exxon Mobil. Bank of America. McDonald's. Apple. We recognize their logos, know what they sell and how to buy it -- or how to not buy it
Commander Lay, who is an alumnus of the Tom Cruise-immortalized Topgun school, spent more than two decades in the Navy and Air Force.
FINS caught up with Rezvani, 34, to chat about why negotiation isn't as frightening as it seems and what can be done to nudge women in the right direction.
“That’s what we’re here to do, and we lost track with our mission purpose and values,” he said in a telephone interview Wednesday. “Until we find our way back, we’re not going to be in a position to protect investors fr
American shareholders have a say on the pay of corporate executives and across the West, institutional shareholders take an active interest in the way managements run companies. Still, the Citi revolt took every Wall Street watcher by surprise.
The problems with the American economy are deep and complex. They are rooted in decades and decades of kicking the can down the road and using band-aids to mask the real consequences of certain policies, rather than enduring the pain of viable solutions.
Men make more risky investments, have more regret: 28.4% men vs. only 15.3% of women said they had made a risky investment with their money; in turn 80.4% of men said they also had made a recent financial decision they regretted vs. only 74.2% of women.
The industry is buzzing with new technology; and with new technology comes new buzzwords and phrases! “Cloud Computing”, “Software on Demand”, “Software as a Service”.
The Year of the Water Dragon, whilst normally providing good joss for those followers of Chinese astrology, is also proving to be a challenging one on various fronts.