Reporting of corporate capital

Unlocking Swiss secrets  January 30, 2013 – 11:06 am
Document Sample scope of work template. Introduction To Intangible Assets By Secrecy is deeply embedded in Swiss political, bureaucratic and business culture. It’s of course not surprising that the world’s banking capital puts a premium on discretion and confidentiality. Switzerland is still a preferred location for companies and rich individuals around the world because it offers tax and other advantages, including political stability and a low level of transparency. Many journalists probing business, corruption, and even organized crime are bound to encounter either a Swiss bank account or a Swiss company in the course of their reporting. And getting information on them is not going to be easy.

But even in Switzerland, the walls of secrecy are slowly being breached. Banking secrecy there is no longer as ironclad as it used to be,  after the U.S. began aggressively forcing Swiss banks to open their records as part of an effort to collect taxes from American citizens stashing their wealth overseas. The Swiss government, too, is slowly opening up, enacting a federal freedom of information law in 2004 making it possible for citizens and journalists to get information that was previously unavailable. But huge problems remain, and Swiss journalists, a few of whom are attending this year’s Summer School of Investigative Reporting at Columbia’s Journalism School, can only dream about the transparency that the Swedes or Finns enjoy. The culture of secrecy, they say, forces journalists to lean more heavily on human sources and leaked documents.

Source: WatchDog Watcher

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Right on sister

You have the right attitude..
As for the other stuff,
Somebody asked with great frustration why staffing firms advertise positions that “do not exist.”
In the industry these are called: “Static positions”: Static positions will most often appear on the firms corporate website or appear in a weekly ad.
These positions are usually in such great demand that a constant flow o...le asset of the firm and it continues to grow and should grow and be updated daily-NOT weekly-but daily. An empty database costs $1,7000..Fill it with just 200 people-just 200 people and its worth 35,000-60,000. on the name generation research market. A good staffing firm will have thousands of names that are NOT lost in the frey. The database is the ultimate cash out chip for the staffing firm.

Has been. Past tense.

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