Monday, April 23, 2007

April 22, 2007 Edition

Welcome to the April 22, 2007 edition of Corporate Vigilance.

givemebigmoney presents Shareholder value posted at All about the money. Companies such as Dell (DELL) have taken the short-sighted approach to increase shareholder value. But why? And who is next?

Leon Gettler presents Wal-Mart's paranoid spying operation (WMT) posted at Sox First, saying, "Wal-Mart can't take a trick. The world's biggest retailer seems to lurch from one screw-up to another. Now the New York City comptroller's office is demanding that the Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission investigate the company for illegally spying on its shareholders and critics.

edithyeung presents 99 Life Lessons Learned from Quitting Corporate America posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act., saying, "Enjoy! For those who want to leave corporate America."

Editor - Dave Prouhet presents Small Business Success Story - Eggs and Advertising posted at Business Advice Daily, saying, "A Real Life Lesson for All - Don’t Put All Your Eggs in One Basket - Here is what happens when a company does."

Al Nye presents Unum Provident Makes Big Splash With Stupid Logo (UNM) posted at Al Nye The Lawyer Guy.

Murad Ali presents Job Jumping: Good or Bad? posted at The New Business World.

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Getting Rich The Easy Way, When Your Company Cheats posted at The Digerati Life.

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