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Taking advantage of new opportunities spells success
It counts Trojan, a business it grew from, as its top customer but has also grown its client base to include green energy industries and General Dynamics Land Systems Canada, London's armoured vehicle maker, and others in the defence sector.
Energy companies turn to high-yield market to fund shift to oil
In the secondary market, Barclays recommends an overweight on exploration and production names like Hilcorp Energy, MEG Energy and Plains E&P, all of which have more operating leverage to oil. Investors say some names also have an added takeover ...
Past Magic and a New McDreamy
Proprietor Ike is the key, the emotional doorway into the series, and he has the makings of an appealingly flawed hero. Yet even Ike, like many of the characters here (Kelly Lynch as his ex-sister-in-law, Meg, is an interesting exception), sometimes ...
The High Risks of Short-Term Management
Investors who care about the volatility of their portfolio should factor in their decisions the time horizon of the corporation. That generates a need for more data that help investors separate companies that are short-term-oriented versus long-term ...
'Granny tax': Government promised last year to keep raising pensioners' allowances
In the 2012 Budget last month George Osborne froze pensioners' tax-free allowance. But last year the Government promised that the age-related personal allowance would be increased in line with the retail prices index until at least 2015, campaigners ...
Here's How American Companies Bribe Their Way To The Top In China
"Any industry that you see that is heavily regulated typically is high-risk," said Meg Utterback, a partner at the law firm King and Wood Mallesons in Shanghai who frequently deals with corporate investigations.
For businesses in China, a minefield of bribery risks  Reuters
When Founders Recruit Friends and Family as Investors
In his new book, The Founder's Dilemmas: Anticipating and Avoiding the Pitfalls That Can Sink a Startup, HBS Associate Professor Noam Wasserman tells readers how to anticipate, avoid, and, if necessary, recover from the landmines that can destroy a ...
The Problem With The Corporate Manslaughter...
As a supposedly enlightened and media-literate people (or a bunch of folks hell-bent on putting business leaders in metaphorical stocks), we enjoy a culture of corporate governance that is shaped by ethics and systemic controls, where the corporation ...
Hewlett-Packard Appoints John Schultz as General Counsel
Schultz takes the new job as Hewlett-Packard tussles in court with rival Oracle Corp. The computer maker objects to Oracle's plan to stop developing products for Intel Corp.'s Itanium chip, a component of certain high-end Hewlett-Packard machines. A ...
The Inner Workings of Corporate Headquarters
Analyzing the e-mails of some 30,000 workers, Professor Toby E. Stuart and colleague Adam M. Kleinbaum dissected the communication networks of HQ staffers at a large, multidivisional company to get a better understanding of what a corporate ...