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84% businesses experienced some kind of disruption

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Only one in six businesses had disruption free run in the past 18 months. This is what Business Strategy Consulting from Belgrade found from the survey run among business leaders, managers, professionals and entrepreneurs from Europe, Africa, Asia and North America. 621 more words

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Let's reduce the use of the 'C' Word

Prior to acquiring a new asset like the lovely digger in the picture above, a business would assess:

How to Estimate and Prioritize Risk

Estimating and prioritizing risks is a time-consuming process. Furthermore, the results of risk estimation and prioritization don’t often inspire a great deal of confidence in the process. 802 more words

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Weekend Reading: March 26 - 27, 2016

Alizila: reflections on Alibaba’s “e-commerce media ecosystem.”

AP (via The Seattle Times): Hong Kong losing luster as business hub?

Brunswick Group: overview of 13th Five-Year Plan and outcomes of Two Meetings political event, with assessment of achievements of 12th Five-Year Plan (targets, outcomes). 64 more words

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Risk Compass: The Forensics of Insider Trading (Part 2)

We want to continue our discussion of insider trading risk by noting that the topic is one of increasing concern to those responsible for the governance of financial institutions and markets in Asia: 752 more words

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Huge CMU v. Marvell Patent Infringement Case Settled in Pittsburgh

Posted by Henry M. Sneath, Esq. – Chair of the Intellectual Property Group at Picadio Sneath Miller & Norton, P.C. (PSMN® and PSMNLaw®) in Pittsburgh, Pa. 168 more words

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Risk Compass: The Forensics of Insider Trading (Part 1)

Let’s talk about insider trading. Not in the “trades made by insiders” sense, but in the “trading based on illegal insider information that gets people arrested” sense. 734 more words

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