Sunday, April 20, 2008

April 20, 2008 Edition

Welcome to the April 20, 2008 edition of Corporate Vigilance presenting an array of opinions, instruction, and helpful information as it relates to business and personal finance.

Charles H. Green presents Great Moments in Self-Regulation: Financial Planners and CFP Board posted at Trust Matters, saying, "Don't think that just becuase a financial planner, or anyone else, belongs to a self-regulating professional organization, that the risk is gone of incompetence or fraud."

Startup Earth presents Phorm Is Watching You - Who?s Watching Phorm? posted at Startup Earth.

Mark Riffey presents Why should a small business sell gift cards? posted at Business is Personal.

John Phillips presents No Shame posted at The Word On Employment Law, saying, "executive compensation"

John Phillips presents No Shame Times Two posted at The Word On Employment Law, saying, "role of board of directors in executive compensation"

John Phillips presents No Shame and Employment Law posted at The Word On Employment Law, saying, "executive compensation and employment law"

Anya Portnik presents 5 strategies for building a high performance sales team posted at Gavin Ingham.

Anya Portnik presents Sales interview techniques posted at Gavin Ingham.

Leon Gettler presents Crooks go free posted at Sox First, saying, "The US Justice Department has put off prosecuting more than 50 companies suspected of wrongdoing over the last three years. Instead of facing criminal charges, they are simply receive a cozy deferred prosecution agreement."

Life. Money. Development. presents The 7 Attributes of Leadership posted at Life. Money. Development., saying, "An excellent presentation of the attributes every leader should have."

CMOE presents An Unusual Day of Development posted at Teamwork.

Raymond presents How To Get A Free Laptop or Plasma TV Through Gift Reward Websites posted at Money Blue Book.

Leon Gettler presents Siemens saga rolls on posted at Sox First, saying, "German prosecutors have broadened their bribery investigation into Siemens to include the power transmission business and warning that other units of the conglomerate. And there are claims the board knew about the bribery allegations back in 2003."

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