Sunday, January 27, 2008

January 27, 2008 Edition

Welcome to the January 27, 2008 edition of Corporate Vigilance presenting an array of opinions, instruction, and helpful information as it relates to business.

Vahid Chaychi presents How to Save a Struggling and Failing Business posted at

John Phillips presents Are psychologists dumb? posted at The Word On Employment Law, saying, "What makes a CEO? Psychologists at Tufts University know the answer. As I point out in my blog, The Word on Employment Law, the question should be, "Are psychologists dumb?""

Henry Bagdasarian presents Data Security Breach posted at Free Identity Theft Prevention, Detection and Fraud Solutions.

Praveen presents My Simple Trading System: Sentinel Failure - Hedge Funds Lose Cash? posted at My Simple Trading System.

Tupelo Kenyon presents » How to Accelerate Manifestation posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, "Whenever a new desire or grand plan is born within us, the tendency is to share it with others. Every time we talk about it, the energy of the dream seems to deflate a little more, until it becomes merely a topic of idle chatter. Why is that? How can we add to the excitement and urgency of our dreams instead, and speed up their manifestation? (Enjoy soothing instrumental music as you read plus song selections with lyrics related to each article – all free.)"

Jose DeJesus MD presents Launching an Employee Wellness Program posted at Physician Entrepreneur.

Fred Black presents Search Engine Ranking Factors posted at Fred Black: Internet Business Blog.

CMOE presents What is Strategy? > Leadership In Action posted at Teamwork, saying, "Tells how important leadership is in the corporate world."

Leon Gettler presents Siemens fine to wipe profits posted at Sox First, saying, "Siemens faces a fine of 4 billion euros ($5.8 billion), a figure that would wipe out a full year's profit, after a probe by the US Securities and Exchange Commission."

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