Sunday, September 7, 2008

September 7, 2008 Edition

Welcome to the September 7, 2008 edition of Corporate Vigilance presenting an array of opinions, instruction, and helpful information as it relates to business and personal finance.

debergerac78 presents Should U.S. companies support censorship in China? posted at The Business Ethics Blog, saying, "America can hardly claim to embrace free speech when U.S. companies are helping the Chinese government hide its crimes against its own people."

Anya Portnik presents What are your favourite sales questions? posted at Gavin Ingham.

Anya Portnik presents Why practise makes perfect when sales training posted at Gavin Ingham.

debergerac78 presents Was it ethical for Simon & Schuster to publish “Obama Nation”? posted at The Business Ethics Blog, saying, "A major publishing firm released this politically incendiary book without first fact-checking its contents."

Chris presents Get Promoted Faster by Looking After Your Boss - Part 1 posted at

Leon Gettler presents KBR bribery case goes deep posted at Sox First, saying, "The former chief executive of Halliburton spin-off US construction firm KBR, Albert Stanley, is facing seven years in the slammer after pleading guilty to charges of corruption relating to Nigerian deals. But this case could extend deep into Dick Cheney's old company with The Wall Street Journal reporting that the case goes back beyond Nigeria and into the 1980s."

Great Management presents You Know You Will Never Be Promoted When… posted at The GreatManagement Blog, saying, "“What is the quickest and easiest way NOT to get promoted?” Here are hindrances that will hamper your chances to get that promotion you've always wanted and how to get on with your boss."

Sarah Paine presents Getting the Most Advertising Bang for Your Buck posted at Sarah Paine, saying, "If you are selling tangible products on your website and paying for advertisements you may be missing out on an inexpensive way to reach millions. I say this because most people will write articles and use ppc but never consider sites like Shopzilla for advertising."

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