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Customer capital financial reporting
[March 29, 2010 – 04:26 pm]
Customer capital financial reporting

Emily Jane Fox NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — In its first public enforcement action, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced it is fining Capital One Bank for pressuring and misleading two million customers into buying additional products when they opened their credit card accounts. The bank will refund roughly $140 million to customers and pay an additional $25 million penalty to the CFPB for using deceptive marketing tactics, the government’s consumer watchdog said Wednesday. Capital One will also pay the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency a $35 million penalty and…

How to evaluate intellectual company?
[May 11, 2012 – 08:57 am]
How to evaluate intellectual company?

The Associated Press is reporting that 11 people have been charged with Intellectual Property theft from Samsung related to its advanced OLED TV technology from  Samsung. 6 of those people have been identified as LG employees. LG has officially denied these claims but Samsung is sticking to its guns and claiming “systematically stole its display technology and poached Samsung employees.” A good reminder to business managers to evaluate their Intellectual Property protection systems and risk management frameworks.

How to evaluate copyright?
[May 28, 2010 – 01:34 pm]
How to evaluate copyright?

After all of the time and effort you’ve invested in your job search, there’s nothing more satisfying than receiving a job offer. Although you’re likely brimming with excitement about your new opportunity, keep in mind that a job offer is something to carefully consider — you may even want to do a little negotiating. If you’re unsure how to evaluate your new offer, follow the criteria that Jen offers Roger as part of our Engineering Career GPS series on Engineering.com. One key point to keep in mind? There’s much more to a job offer package than the salary, although your rate…

Acquisition of corporate capital
[December 3, 2010 – 10:08 am]
Acquisition of corporate capital

Allegiance Capital Corporation, a Dallas-based private M&A investment bank specializing in the lower middle market, announced today that it has facilitated acquisition of its client Hendrix Electric, Inc. by investors T&D Solutions, a portfolio company of Huntsman Gay Global Capital.  Allegiance Capital acted as the exclusive financial advisor to Hendrix Electric, Inc. Headquartered in Clay, KY, Hendrix Electric is a leading regional provider of power line/electrical installation and maintenance services to industrial, commercial, and utility customers. “Hendrix…

Evaluation of intangibles
[August 3, 2011 – 09:35 am]
Evaluation of intangibles

VAM SYSTEMS is a Business Consulting, IT Solutions and Services company with operations in UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, USA, Australia, Singapore & India. VAM SYSTEMS is currently looking for IT Coordinator for our Kuwait operations with the following skill set and terms and conditions: Skillset required • Good understanding of data communications and integration, Local Area Network (LAN)/ Wide Area Network (WAN) and associated active components. • Good understanding about Core Banking Systems, Teller System and e-Channels on the administrative point of view; Having Equation…

Buying human capital
[November 28, 2012 – 01:14 pm]
Buying human capital

The Future of European in Banking ill EMU be the last straw that breaks the back of the traditional European banking industry? This is the question addressed by a Report published by CEPR entitled The Future of European Banking, the ninth in the influential Monitoring European Integration series. The Report’s authors, Jean-Pierre Danthine, Francesco Giavazzi, Xavier Vives and Ernst-Ludwig von Thadden, ask where the European banking industry is heading and what risks lie ahead. There seems little doubt that inside EMU the practices of banking and the process of financial intermediation…

Relational capital explanation
[January 26, 2011 – 05:15 pm]
Relational capital explanation

Over at First Things, Greg Forster writes a very important essay, “If It’s Not a Culture ‘War, ’ What Does Winning Look Like? ” Please, for your own sake and for the sake of neighborliness,  read the whole thing here. Gallagher talks about the “deinstitutionalization” of marriage; that idea was what hit me like lightning back when I read [her book] The Abolition of Marriage. But there has also been an institutionalization of enmity. If “winning” means the preferences of our cultural subgroup are enacted as policy, there is no hope for victory in the culture war – for either…

Selling human capital
[January 14, 2011 – 08:58 am]
Selling human capital

Kate Willson, Vlad Lavrov, Martina Keller, Thomas Maier and Gerard Ryle – The Sydney Morning Herald July 17, 2012 On February 24, Ukrainian authorities made an alarming discovery: bones and other human tissues crammed into coolers in a grimy white minibus. Investigators grew even more intrigued when they found, amid the body parts, envelopes stuffed with cash and autopsy results written in English. What the security service had disrupted was not the work of a serial killer but part of an international pipeline of ingredients for medical and dental products that are routinely…

Selling customer capital
[December 10, 2012 – 04:26 pm]
Selling customer capital

The picture I chose for this post is of my kids playing with one of those displays that are so prevalent at movie theater lobbies these days. The goal of such a display is for you to mess with it, take photos, and share them all over the internet, thus making people interested in the movie. You get something. The movie gets something. Hooray. Lord knows if it sells movie tickets. I checked around for some case studies, but didn’t find any. But it’s more fun than a poster. Can You Build Interaction Points Into Your Business? In launching Blog Topics: Master Class, I put into…

What is copyright?
[April 23, 2012 – 01:20 pm]
What is copyright?

What is copyright ? In basic terms, copyright is a law that protects the original works of authors, artists, composers, and others from being used without permission. In the United States, an original work is under protection of copyright upon creation until 70 year after the creator’s death. Copyrights give the original creator the right to present, sell, replicate, or change their work, as they deem acceptable. Others must obtain permission from or give proper credit to the creator of the original work to use or modify the original work in their works. Technically, a copyright…

Acquisition of financial capital
[March 9, 2012 – 04:08 pm]
Acquisition of financial capital

He is the subtile, the aware She handled and reconstructed the shoes according to her own perception Beats By Dre and got rid of the original shape and material of it This article mentions only five, two of whom are still living, and their names will be familiar to mostDeveloping new and effective techniques for financial planning and thus rendering better service to the clients The five sacred Suns of the Mayan Cheap Beats By Dre calendar hold this common theme of the West A Beats By Dre Outlet realestate system keeps the agent on track with workload and continually is updated…

Organisational capital evaluation
[October 5, 2012 – 02:09 pm]
Organisational capital evaluation

‘Big data’ and analytics took center stage at the second annual FinTech Innovation Lab Demo Day in New York City today, as a select group of entrepreneurs supported by Wall Street leaders and venture capitalists provided a glimpse into the financial industry’s technology innovation and investment priorities. The graduates from this year’s FinTech Innovation Lab who presented included BillGuard, Centrifuge Systems, Digital Reasoning, EidoSearch, True Office and Visible Market.

Intellectual capital financial reporting
[March 11, 2010 – 05:57 pm]
Intellectual capital financial reporting

SAVANNAH — An annual study of the economic impacts of University System of Georgia (USG) institutions confirms that Savannah State University (SSU) continues to be a major force in the local economy, pumping approximately $139 million into the Savannah metropolitan area during fiscal year 2011. The study, conducted by the Selig Center for Economic Growth at the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business, was released today. The report updates similar studies conducted on behalf of the Intellectual Capital Partnership Program (ICAPP), an initiative of the USG Board of…

Corporate resources financial reporting
[November 24, 2010 – 02:17 pm]
Corporate resources financial reporting

A corporate undertaking is always external resource-based, whether it is a question of financial resource or human resource. Those who contribute the financial resources , present or prospective, have the right to know how best their resources are used. It is perhaps in recognition of this right at the corporate legislations all over the world, from the very inception imposed a responsibility on the corporate undertaking of communicating their state of affairs to the contributor of the resources. Corporate financial reporting includes dissemination of ‘material’ and ‘relevant’…