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Month: June 2023

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Smaller Banks Start Feeling the Heat From the SEC

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First Republic Bank, Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank may have crashed months ago, but the fallout from their implosions continues to reverberate across the financial sector. Regulators are now examining potential links between the co...

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Companies See Rising Risks in Doing Business with China

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The term competition has a different meaning in business than in the context of sports and games. In chess or baseball or parchesi, players follow defined rules to achieve objectives versus their opponents. In business, there is no standard...

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Thorny Tax Developments Await U.S. Companies

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Back in October 2021, more than 130 member jurisdictions of the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development negotiated the framework for new international tax rules affecting multinational companies. Rather than using the tax rat...

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SEC Shows “Burying” Bad News Isn’t Just the Domain of Corporate Interests

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Recently, we broke down some of the public relations games that companies have been known to play when they have bad news to report. For example, they might issue a press release on benign developments the same day they disclose damaging in...

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Golf Merger on LIV Support?

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Readers of this blog by now have become all too familiar with greenwashing, a scornful term critics use to paint business interests’ sustainability programs as public-relations ploys. Let us now introduce you to one of its lesser-known cous...

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