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More Gibberish From Circuit City

May 2, 2007
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HSA Embezzling Case Is a Heads-Up for Employers

April 16, 2007
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In what is likely the first prosecution of health savings account fraud, the case exemplifies the caution benefits administrators must exercise when hiring third-party administrators to manage health care assets.
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Half of Big Proxy Filers Exploit SEC Pay-Report Loophole

April 11, 2007
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Nearly 50 of the 100 large publicly traded companies that filed proxy statements in 2007 did not disclose targets, such as the amount of net income or earnings per share that triggered annual bonus payments.
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And the Nominees Are ...

April 9, 2007
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The Stupidus Maximus Award will recognize the most ignorant, shortsighted and dumb workforce management practice of the year.
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Leaders Face Ethical Land Mines in China

March 26, 2007
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Navigating the terrain of business ethics is tricky for leaders in China. Executives in the country easily can slip and find themselves either unsuccessful or stuck in a globally publicized scandal.
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Advice From the CEO How to Address a Scandal and Get Your Company to Move On

March 23, 2007
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Take it from someone whose company was at the center of an ethical firestorm, survived and prospered: The only way to confront a scandal is head on, with honesty and openness.
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Dunn Avoids Prison in HP Scandal

March 14, 2007
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A California state judge has dismissed charges of fraud against former Hewlett-Packard non-executive chairman Patricia Dunn for her role in the spying scandal that rocked Silicon Valley and sent shockwaves through boardrooms nationwide.
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