By Dominic Jones on June 25, 2008
THE US Securities and Exchange commission has launched a study that could lead to the scrapping of its 75-year-old system that requires companies to file disclosures on prescribed forms like 10Ks, Form 4s and DEF 14As.
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By Dominic Jones on May 7, 2008
I WAS having a conversation the other day with a client about recommendations we had made about her company’s website. She wanted to know if a certain recommendation was really “fundamental” to her company’s site. That’s a really good question and one that every company needs to think about. What are the basic requirements for [...]