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  • A Delicate Dance With the SEC - As VCs look for stock options, lawyers are finding ways to get around old federal rules.
    Publisher: Law News Network     Author: Renee Deger   

  • A Primer on IPO Roll-Ups - IPO roll-ups are an increasingly popular strategy for industrial distributors. This article takes a critical look at these transactions along with the management and operational issues for distributors that are considering taking part in a roll-up.
    Publisher: Pembroke Consulting     Author: Adam J. Fein   

  • As Boards Shrink, Responsibilities Grow - Evolving corporate governance practices have generally resulted in smaller, more focused boards - and more attention on panels like the audit committee.
    Publisher: Financial Executive Online Edition     Author: Jeffrey Marshall   

  • Can insiders tell the future? - Insider selling may not be a perfect indicator of future stock performance, but it certainly looks bad when insiders sell shares just before an earnings warning.
    Publisher: Red Herring Magazine     Author: Lisa Meyer   

  • Class Action: Every Director’s Nightmare - Bad news can reach you anywhere, as one vacationing director found out. But as shareholder lawsuits increase, new strategies are taking shape to prevent them, defend against them—and even profit from them.
    Publisher: Corporate Board Member     Author: Randy Myers   

  • Corporate America Confesses! - Time was, getting companies to disclose their secrets was like pulling teeth. Post-Enron, we can't get companies to stop disclosing.
    Publisher: Business 2.0     Author: Scott Herhold   

  • Corporate Reform: The Heat Is On - The new law gives directors more power and responsibility—and exposes them to greater legal risk. Here’s how they can wield their extra clout and avoid seven potential pitfalls.
    Publisher: Corporate Board Member     Author: Rob Norton   

  • Corporate Web Site Should Be Integral Part of a Bankruptcy Communications Strategy - One area in which Internet communications has not yet had a profound impact is in communications about a Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Companies going into bankruptcy have shied away from using their corporate web sites to communicate, which is unfortunate because the web site could expedite the process of comunicating.
    Publisher: LeFile.Com     Author: Marc Jampole   

  • Dissenting Directors: Should You Shut Up, Quit, or Fight? - You're convinced that the CEO and your fellow board members have picked a disastrous strategy. Your best course is to get them to change their minds. But what if you can't?
    Publisher: Corporate Board Member     Author: Julie Connelly   

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