Sunday, January 25, 2009

January 25, 2009 Edition

Welcome to the January 25, 2009 edition of Corporate Vigilance presenting an array of opinions, instruction, and helpful information as it relates to business and personal finance.

Harold Fordham presents The Importance Of Budgeting posted at Keep Your Cash, saying, "If you stick to your budget, you can keep yourself from spiraling into deep debt."

Chelsy Albertson presents Guest Article: Why College Is So Overrated posted at Earn Money - Earning Money From Home, saying, "The recent credit-driven recession should make us rethink the ROI from attending a high-priced college."

Lance Cooper presents The Benefits Of Recessions posted at Recession Thoughts, saying, "With recessions come increases in economic efficiency."

the baglady presents Is Google growing up? posted at xynny.

debergerac78 presents Just how ethical is the weight loss industry? posted at The Business Ethics Blog, saying, "When weight-loss companies hard sell products that are carrying the disclaimer "results not typical," you know you're being taken for a ride."

Mr Credit Card presents Class Action Lawsuit Against The Credit Card Companies posted at Ask Mr Credit Card.

Dr Martin Russell presents The Only Real Marketing Expert Is… posted at Word of Mouth Marketing, saying, "You buy lots of stuff and in those situations you are the marketing expert. The one handing over the money is the one who is deciding what ‘marketing’ was effective.

Anyone else’s opinion is just that, an opinion.

Non-buyers such as visitors, lookie-looks, tyre-kickers, friends, family, even consultants and marketing “gurus” will all have an opinion, but beware of thinking they are the real expert."

Obadiah Shoher presents America, where swindlers meet liberals posted at Samson BLinded.

Praveen presents Tribune Bankruptcy Restructuring: Company Wants To Stay Together posted at My Simple Trading System, saying, "In bankruptcy, the Tribune wants to keep its ESOP S-corp structure, which allows it to legally avoid taxes..."

Great Management presents Fifty Job Seekers For Every Vacancy posted at The GreatManagement Blog, saying, "Job seekers face competition for vacancies from as many as 50 other applicants. So what should you do?"

Simon Stapleton presents How To Stimulate a Constructive Performance Appraisal/Review | posted at Career & Personal Development for CIOs, Technical Professionals and Self-Professed Geeks, saying, "Ah.. Your Performance Appraisal (or Review). A time for reflection on past performance and discussion about how to do better, with less. A time for exploring new avenues and ideas. It’s a time for creativity and construction the future with the art of the possible. Yes? No? Or is it a humdrum activity ‘done’ to you twice a year where you receive arbitrary scores for doing stuff?"

Tushar Mathur presents Exiting Your Business, What You Need to Know posted at Everything Finance, saying, "A business exit is a vital part of your overall business planning. Properly done, an exit plan will provide a roadmap to your personal freedom - a disengagement from the business - as well as assure that your hard-earned illiquid business wealth is protected. Executing a plan that provides freedom and wealth protection can require as much thought as the building of a business, sometimes more."

Stephen Pierce presents How To Be Successful In Your Home Based Business? posted at Make Real Money On The Internet, saying, "One of the major fears that make people hesitate before they could venture into home based business is that whether they will be successful or not in their business. Without exception, every business has to live through this fear. However, many things are within our control and when we concentrate on these factors we can guarantee success. Here are some tips that will help you along the way."

debergerac78 presents Workplace discrimination is not only unethical, it’s bad business! posted at The Business Ethics Blog, saying, "Leadership is found in skill, not the color of your skin."

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