Welcome to the June 14, 2009 of Corporate Vigilance presenting an array of opinions, instruction, and helpful information as it relates to business and personal finance.
debergerac78 presents Hard financial times can provoke employment lawsuits posted at The Business Ethics Blog, saying, "With the sudden rise in employment lawsuits, companies may want to take measures that will keep them out of court. Here are some good points for employers to consider."
Zach Scheidt presents Brink’s Spinoff - Too Far, Too Fast posted at ZachStocks, saying, "Brinks Home Security Holdings Inc. (CFL) has given investors 50% gains over 8 months. But a weak housing environment and lower consumer spending could spell trouble for shareholders. A conservative value for the stock could be as low as $14.75"
Mariano DiFabio presents How You Can Use Online Tools to Buzz Like Apple, Inc. posted at The Web and You, saying, "This week, we look at Apple as a successful machine for creating buzz, and how we can take lessons from their model and apply it to your small business."
Robert Fenn presents Cell Phone Number Trace | Reverse Phone Lookup | Unknown Number Search | ReversePhoneDetective.com posted at Reverse Phone Number Search by Robert Fenn, saying, "We’ve all received phone calls from numbers we didn’t recognize. Sometimes you may miss calls, and you want to speak to the person again. Sometimes you may want to figure out how to make sure they never call you again."
Outshined presents Intelligence vs. Obedience posted at Personal Web Guide, saying, "While not specific to the corporate world, this article was largely inspired by my years of working for one of the largest pharmacy corporations in the United States. "Intelligence vs. Obedience" is an article that explores why we do why we base our decisions around social conditioning instead of what we really think is best. Something that's seen in the corporate world on a daily basis."
Wally Bock presents Taking the Oath posted at Three Star Leadership Blog, saying, "Wally Bock says that the NY Times published a wretched story about Harvard's current MBA grads. Some of them will take an oath at graduation to "serve the greater good" and thus help bring down an "era of immorality." Are you impressed? He wasn't."
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Best High Interest Savings Accounts In Online Banking posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "Thanks!"
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