Posts filed under “Corporate Management”

Conditions Favorable for a Capex Comeback


Source: Bloomberg Visual Data

Category: Corporate Management, Digital Media, Markets

Freeriding Corporations Need to Pay their Fair Share

Allan Sloan, editor-at-large for Fortune magazine, is angry. And with good reason: He is upset at a lot of U.S. corporate executives who are engaging in “inversion.” This is the process of moving the location of incorporation to a tax haven and skipping out on paying U.S. taxes (short list here). Even though the company…Read More

Category: Corporate Management, Taxes and Policy

Corporate America = UnAmerican

Today’s must read comes to us from Fortune, where editor at large Allan Sloane rails against “Positively un-American tax dodges.” Its your must read for today.     Let’s see if the our elected representatives can manage to stop behaving like 10 year olds long enough to resolve this.  

Category: Corporate Management, Economy, Really, really bad calls, Taxes and Policy

Top Payers of Fines and Settlements to U.S. Authorities

Source: FT

Category: Corporate Management, Digital Media

Fines: SEC vs. Finra

Quelle surprise!  Fines: SEC vs. Finra Source: WSJ   Continues here

Category: Corporate Management, Legal, Regulation

Businessweek on GM Whistleblowers

boingboing observes it looks like BusinessWeek is channeling Viet Nam Era Esquire   GM Recalls: How General Motors Silenced a Whistle-Blower Source: Businessweek

Category: Corporate Management, Financial Press, Legal

How to Lose a Billion Dollars in Hedge Funds

Take Apart: Overall, it’s a swing in the financial fortune of one of the country’s top private universities and one of the world’s most esteemed Jewish institutions of more than $1.3 billion, well more than 10 times the losses from the portion of Yeshiva’s portfolio invested with Madoff. Students who applied to and enrolled at…Read More

Category: Corporate Management, Hedge Funds, Investing, Really, really bad calls

Black: Understanding Financial “Risk” in Legal Contexts

The Criminology of the “Sure Thing” Portrayed as “Risk” John Coates, a former derivatives trader at Goldman Sachs is now a researcher. He wrote a column in the New York Times entitled “The Biology of Risk” that I hope will be widely read. In this column I explain why his most important conclusions cannot follow…Read More

Category: Corporate Management, Derivatives, Legal, Think Tank

10 Biggest CEO Pay Raises

Source: Network World

Category: Corporate Management, Digital Media, Wages & Income

Be Wrong Like Ray Dalio

In yesterday’s column, I wrote: If you have an issue with Social Security, then fix it. The regressive taxes to fund retirement benefits top out at about $117,000 in 2014. Why not simply raise that to $250,000 next year and $500,000 during the next 20 years. Congratulations, you just made Social Security solvent for the…Read More

Category: Cognitive Foibles, Corporate Management, Hedge Funds, Psychology