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Since most CEOs are not experts in the complexities of the tax law, they will of necessity turn to others (specifically, corporate tax officials or outside tax advisers) to compile the necessary background documents and review the thousands of pages and multiple volumes that constitute a complex, multinational corporate consolidated income tax return.
The results of a survey of job seekers in 2000 indicated that job seekers with high levels of job choice judged potential employers by their corporate social performance and used this factor in selecting employment opportunities.
The current gusher of corporate funding for right-wing policy work has its roots in the 1970s, when leading conservative thinkers appealed to corporations to fund intellectuals who supported their economic interests.
Enough good corporate governance programs had been put in place by good companies so that we had role models.
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Frankly, a disturbing aspect of the fundamental changes in corporate ownership is the accompanying trend for corporate balance sheets to show far less equity and much greater dependence on debt.
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EU reform initiatives to modernize company law and enhance corporate governance aimed at strengthening shareholders' rights, reinforcing protection for employees and creditors, increasing the efficiency and competitiveness of European business, and boosting confidence in capital markets; and
It also explains that corporate officers are employees under Sec.
To support the business plan, communication functions must be integrated and aligned with other corporate functions, such as marketing, human resources and customer service, to develop and execute global communication plans.
6) Nevertheless, the broad scope of the potential application of the first and third prongs to every employee in a corporate setting will prove troublesome.
By the same token, we should recognize that corporate governance will continue to change dynamically in the next 10 years.