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Corporations 101: What you need to know about the standard business entity

A corporation is a legal entity owned by shareholders. The shareholders elect a board of directors who set policies for the corporation, allowing their selected officers to run the corporation day-to-day. Many firm owners use a...

source: By David B. Mandell, JD, MBA, and Jason M. O'Dell, MS, CWM
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With rapid change transforming the lending and leasing lifecycle and ecosystem, it's important to recognize that financial institutions continually operate in an environment of both constraint and opportunity. There's inherent...

source: Bank Systems & Technology

Over the years, social media's impact on businesses, relationships, communities, nations and the world at large became more apparent every day. Social movements around the world also encourage the open expression of ideas and affirms the passions and desires of people leading...

source: PropertyCasualty360

Think of organizations that you consider "risk takers." How many of those are federal agencies? I’m guessing not many, or more likely, none. Why? Well, in general, federal agencies are risk averse. There are many reasons for that. First, there is often limited upside...

source: Government Executive

The economy appears to be moving in the right direction. Unemployment has dropped from 9.6 percent in June 2009 to 6.1 percent last month. During the same time frame, the number of (nonfarm) jobs climbed from nearly 131 million to almost 139 million. Even the number of discrimination...

source: Human Resource Executive Online

Supply chains are delicately balanced things at constant risk of being upset – and what are known as "black swan" events can mean disaster for a businesses. Manufacturing could be delayed or even stopped altogether. Production targets...

source: Business Reporter

On the heels of the big banks being bailed out by the federal government, Dodd-Frank was created to mitigate risk should another collapse occur. Still, on the four-year anniversary of Dodd-Frank, consumers are weary of big banks that have not yet mended their damaged reputations...

source: CNBC


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