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Month: June 2024

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New Rules Have SPACs Down, But Not Dead

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Soon after the Securities and Exchange Commission announced the final version of new rules to protect investors in special purpose acquisition companies, industry analysts and news outlets all but declared the so-called “blank-check” compan...

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SEC Chimes in on Early Cybersecurity Disclosures

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Earlier this year, we offered readers three lessons from the initial wave of disclosures made under new cybersecurity rules issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2023. For example, we saw companies attempting to frame what cou...

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Intelligize Report Drills Down on Growing Concerns About Use of AI

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Whether artificial intelligence will prove to be society’s friend or foe depends not on the technology itself, but how we use it. To that end, business interests, government authorities and shadow regulators all have an interest in seeing s...

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Complex Issues Affecting U.S.-China Relations Pose Risks for Corporations

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From imported cotton to TikTok, a host of contentious issues continue to complicate relations between the United States and China. The disputes also present thorny risks for corporations seeking to expand their operations or simply avoid co...

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Does ‘Corporate Bullying’ Work?

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Nobody likes a bully, or so the saying goes. That may be true, but it has never stopped bullies from popping up in places ranging from playgrounds to office cubicles to the highest reaches of government. The modus operandi doesn’t change, r...

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