Sunday, March 22, 2009

March 22, 2009 Edition

Welcome to the March 22, 2009 edition of Corporate Vigilance presenting an array of opinions, instruction, and helpful information as it relates to business and personal finance.

debergerac78 presents How could anyone steal from Elie Wiesel? posted at The Business Ethics Blog, saying, "Elie Madoff, survivor of 4 holocaust concentration camps, lost everything under Madoff's Ponzi scheme. More reasons why the law should come down hard on these financial criminals."

Eileen McDargh, CSP, CPAE presents Bonehead Move: Hold Customers Hostage posted at Plain Talk.

Simon Stapleton presents How to Use Twitter in Your Job Search | posted at Career & Personal Development for CIOs, Technical Professionals and Self-Professed Geeks, saying, "It’s become the de facto means for people to tell each other what they’re having for lunch, or which movie they’re about to see. Not just that - it’s become a hotbed of activity for business and commercial purposes, favored by Internet Marketers, Bloggers and product developers to spread the word about their vittles."

Jim DeSantis presents You Are A Banker And A U.S. Automaker posted at On Line Tribune | Front Page Blog, saying, "In an old Hollywood movie, actor Burgess Meredith's
character said he invented - "conspicuous consumption".
This is what we have become and this is at the heart
of our economic disease - conspicuous consumption
without regard for the consquences."

Martin Russell presents Word of Mouth - Rule Zero posted at Word of Mouth Marketing, saying, "There is one part of word of mouth that is so crucial that as a marketer I just take it for granted. Call it Rule Zero. No other marketing rules apply until this one is in place."

Wenchypoo presents Bailout Boomerangs posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo's Mental Wastebasket.

Wally Bock presents How executives botch layoffs posted at Three Star Leadership Blog, saying, "Wally Bock says that Patrick Lencioni's a piece in the Journal about the things executives do to botch layoffs is good, but only about tactics. Wally outlines five strategic errors companies make when it comes to layoffs."

Andrew Rondeau presents Can You Make Money On The Internet? posted at We Build Your Blog, saying, "These 4 factors determine whether you will make money online (or not)"

Tushar Mathur presents Starting A Small Business Doesn?t Have To Be Overwhelming posted at Small Business Resource, saying, "Being a small business owner is no easy task. Along with the opportunities come a bevy of challenges that come at an entrepreneur from all directions. Dozens of issues, like funding, accounting, legal, tax, marketing/PR, sales, IT and customer service are all issues for small business owners every day. In summary, if you want to have success in starting your own small business, you better have some knowledge in ALL of these areas."

American Entrepreneurship presents Expert Q&A: Wage and Hour Law for Small Business Owners posted at American Entrepreneurship.

Silicon Valley Blogger presents How To Get Free Credit Scores, myFICO Credit Scores On Discount posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "Thanks!"

The Smarter Wallet presents Compare Credit Card Offers: Find The Best Credit Cards For You posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, "Thanks!"

Shiv Dravid presents Satyam’s Ramalinga Raju: Conman in Gentleman’s Clothes? - The Viewspaper posted at The Viewspaper » The Viewspaper, saying, "Satyam’s Ramalinga Raju: Conman in Gentleman’s Clothes? - The Viewspaper"

Charles H. Green presents The Ethical and Regulatory Morass of the Stanford Scandal posted at Trust Matters, saying, "What does the Stanford mess tell us about the state of legal ethics?"

Angry Max presents The Quests for Truth and Blood posted at Pterodactyl Puke, saying, "Concerning who is responsible for the financial meltdown and what should be done with them."

Jenny Jen presents Snugglette posted at, saying, "By now you probably know all about the Snuggie blanket with sleeves, but if you don't, it's basically a really long fleece robe. It's made rounds on all the major TV networks,"

Steve presents Where can I get cheap mailing lists from anywhere? posted at Mailing List Resources.

Steve presents Two Common Direct Mail Mistakes. and How to Avoid Them posted at Mailing List Resources.

GeekMBA360 presents Is your paycheck correct? posted at GeekMBA360.

Pimpmytrade presents Bernie Madoff’s Failed Trading Strategy posted at Pimp My Trade, saying, "An article that looks at the strategies employed by notable crook Bernie Madoff, why they failed, and why he ultimately had to turn to a Ponzi scheme."

The Smarter Wallet presents Charting Stock Movements With Fibonacci Trading Techniques posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, "Thanks!"

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