Sunday, March 18, 2007

March 19, 2007 Edition

Welcome to the March 19, 2007 edition of Corporate Vigilance.

This edition has a wide variety of topics. Take the time to read and comment on the ones you like or don't like.

Murad Ali presents A society of “has beens” : A perspective by Bill Gates. posted at The New Business World.

Praveen presents My Simple Trading System: U.S. Coporations and Mexican Hiring Standards posted at My Simple Trading System.

Matt Hutter presents How To Work For A Bad Boss posted at, saying, "Tips on how to deal with a bad boss."

Leon Gettler presents Are celebrity CEOs really worth big bucks? posted at Sox First, saying, "Are celebrity CEOs really worth it? Studies show the share price of their companies actually go down because of the “weight of celebrity”. But when it comes to their own pay packet, the celebrity status pays off big time for the CEO."

Vahid Chaychi presents The Scams that You Have to Know and Avoid posted at Internet and Search Engine Marketing, saying, "There are over 56 million websites. How many of them are the websites that you should avoid? It doesn't matter how many. Something that does matter is that they all can be placed in 6 categories. You can easily know and avoid them if you just know the categories."

Dan Harris presents Make More Money By Ending China Kickbacks posted at China Law Blog, saying, "Stopping kickbacks at your China company or office."

Charles H. Green presents Built to Last - Not posted at Trust Matters, saying, "For every great company that has lasted, there are plenty of mediocre ones still hanging around. Is a company "built to last" as good as it being built to excel?" Companies mentioned include General Electric (GE), Merck (MRK), Pfizer (PFE), Ford (F), General Motors (GM), Xerox (XRX), Kodak (EK), and Koanetic Consulting International in Boston (

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