Saturday, April 7, 2007

April 7, 2007 Edition

Welcome to the April 7, 2007 edition of Corporate Vigilance.

Alvaro Fernandez presents Baby Boomers, Healthy Aging and Job Performance posted at SharpBrains, saying, "With more and more professionals practicing beyond the traditional retirement age-how do we (and they) know when they stop being qualified? more importantly, what can we do to delay that moment?"

Leon Gettler presents Gatekeeper lawyers posted at Sox First, saying, "To fight against fraud, lawyers should be turned into corporate governance gatekeepers. Put them in charge of the company's Stock Exchange filings. They would have to certify that all the statements were true and correct and they would have to sign a statement saying they weren’t aware of hidden booby traps in the accounts."

Ted Reimers presents Benefits of getting an MBA posted at CampusGrotto.

almomento presents 9 Ways To Incorporate Win-Win Philosophy Into Your Business posted at BurstCreativity.

Leon Gettler presents More BAE shenanigans posted at Sox First, saying, "Saudi officials paid for "support services" from British defence contractor BAE, now at the centre of a storm over slush funds and alleged bribes to Saudi Arabia. We don’t know what exactly these services were but we do know that BAE allegedly paid actresses tens of thousands of pounds to entertain Saudi Prince Turki bin Nasser and other senior Saudis at lavish parties."

Tracy Coenen presents Usana executives lied on yesterday’s earnings call (USNA) posted at FRAUDfiles.

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