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How an allegedly fraudulent Chinese company may have bilked investors out of $650 million

Is Tianhe Chemicals, a Chinese industrial firm that went public on Hong Kong’s stock exchange in June, a massive fraud?

That’s the allegation raised by Anonymous Analytics, a faction of the online hacking group that uses financial analysis to expose corporate malfeasance. 488 more words

Big Oil

This is a book review of Mark L. Robinson, Marketing Big Oil: Brand Lessons from the World’s Largest Companies, 2014. Palgrave Pilot, 153 pages.

Book review? 237 more words

Competitive Intelligence

Does perception matter on pay and bonuses?

Bank of England governor said he wants to see more clawbacks to penalise unnecessary risk-takers

By Michelle Perry | Published 10:30, 19 February 14

Bank of England governor Mark Carney warned banks this week to not just defer bonus payments but to ensure those deferrals were for longer periods of time. 604 more words

Blogs

Unrest in Hong Kong

Hong Kong was promised universal suffrage by 2017 under the Basic Law, a mini-constitution in effect since the official handover of Hong Kong to China in 1997. 477 more words

Countries Under Pressure

Big4 Auditor Changes week ending 31 Aug 2014

All three Big4 changes involve Ernst & Young this week. EY picked up client Your Internet Defender when Your Internet acquired a company called Corindus, which was already audited by EY. 96 more words

Auditor Changes

Corporate carnival


“Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the carnival! We guarantee great entertainment, thrilling rides and an experience to remember! So come on in and enjoy our world!” 647 more words

Purpose: A Hedge Against Organizational Challenges

The Deloitte “2014 Core Beliefs and Culture Study” proves it again, that those workplaces who focus on creating a meaningful environment for all their stakeholders (customers, employees, and communities) foster a culture of purpose that builds confidence, drives investment, and “can lead to competitive advantage in a time of economic vitality.” The survey was conducted in February of this year and is designed to explore the concept of workplace culture, defined by a set of timeless core values and beliefs, as a business driver. 605 more words

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