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Gay Execs Urged to Come Out

June 4, 2007
Executives disclosing their sexual orientation would improve their companies’ reputations in an era when transparency is increasingly valued. But some observers say the downfall of BP’s chief indicates there’s still pressure to stay in the closet.
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Feds Get New Life in Brocade Backdating

May 22, 2007
The case alleges that former CEO Gregory Reyes, CFO Antonio Canova and HR executive Stephanie Jensen orchestrated a scheme to backdate options and then falsified board compensation committee minutes.
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Bill Bans Bias Against Gays, Transsexuals

May 9, 2007
At a time when 90 percent of Fortune 500 companies have gay-inclusive policies, a bipartisan group of legislators has introduced a bill expanding federal law to protect gays, lesbians and bisexual and transsexual persons.
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HSA Embezzling Case Is a Heads-Up for Employers

April 16, 2007
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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