Sunday, July 27, 2008

July 27, 2008 Edition

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

debergerac78 presents How ethical is InBev’s push to oust Anheuser-Busch’s board? posted at The Business Ethics Blog, saying, "Exactly how much objectivity can you expect from an alternative board that's already been bought for $50k?"

swiper presents How Aggressive are Insurance Companies? posted at Boston Personal Injury Lawyer, saying, "This post highlights insurance company's aggressive tactics in the legal world."

Leon Gettler presents UBS and the tax cheats posted at Sox First, saying, "Never stand between an accounting firm and a bag of money. In the past we have seen KPMG getting embroiled in peddling tax havens for the rich. Now we are seeing revelations that UBS has been helping tax cheats. It helped hide about $1.5 trillion in tax,"

debergerac78 presents How will the next President handle reconstruction in Iraq? posted at The Business Ethics Blog, saying, "How would the American public feel that some deaths in Iraq are caused not by terrorists but by corporate carelessness?"

The Shark Investor presents Don't Make Money Blogging posted at The Shark Investor.

Louise Manning presents Strength or weakness? posted at The Human Imprint.

Chris Harris presents An idea to fix mortgage origination posted at New venture outsourcing blog.

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