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Selecting a Business Organization: Introduction

When an individual starts doing business without a business organization, the individual is said to be operating as a sole proprietor. There are some serious disadvantages to operating a business in this manner. 289 more words

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Securities Regulation

After the stock market crash of 1929, Congress enacted the Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and other legislation to require that investors be provided with more in­formation to help them make buying and selling decisions and to prohibit deceptive, unfair, and manipulative practices.  2,864 more words

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Corporate Directors, Officers, and Shareholders

This post focuses on the rights and duties of directors, managers, and shareholders and the ways in which conflicts between and among them are resolved.  The duty of care and duty of loyalty owed by direc­tors, the business judgment rule and the immunity it provides directors from honest mistakes, and the duty owed by majority share­holders to the cor­poration and minority shareholders are among the topics. 2,304 more words

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General Corporation Law

A corporation is an artificial person that is created by governmental action.  The corporation exists in the eyes of the law as a person, separate and distinct from the persons who own the corporation (stockholders).  2,021 more words


Whistling Up an Orchestra: The Value of Teamwork in the Workplace!


“A man who wants to lead the orchestra must turn his back on the crowd.” ~ Max Lucado

According to Laura Stack , those of us who gravitate toward leadership in business organizations—or create our own businesses as entrepreneurs—tend to be the independent sort. 1,227 more words

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Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies and Corporations

The principal forms of business organizations are (1) sole proprietorships, (2) partnerships, (3) limited liability partnerships, (4) limited liability companies, and (5) corporations.



Communication Challenges due to cultural differences

As this Information age advances, the global barriers are diminishing.  Today’s organizations both global and local are interacting with a very diverse set individuals across different cultures and social groups. 309 more words