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words before bed

This is a short I am working with for my Fiction and Film class this term at SNHU. Not bad for a first draft. It’s largely inspired from Hemingway’s Hills short. 1,409 more words

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Orrick explains Delaware Supreme Court Reaffirms KKR, But Sounds Cautionary Note to Gatekeepers

On May 6, 2016, the Delaware Supreme Court affirmed the Delaware Chancery Court’s ruling that Zale Corporation’s sale to Signet Jewelers withstood scrutiny under the business judgment rule because the transaction was approved by a fully-informed, uncoerced vote of the disinterested stockholders, and that an aiding and abetting breach of fiduciary duty claim against Zale’s financial advisor failed as a matter of law where the plaintiff failed to establish that the Zale board had acted with gross negligence.  977 more words

Finance & Economics

Journey From the Known

Graduation happened on Sunday May 8th, 2016. I thought I would feel different, but I don’t. I feel a sense of achievement, but the fact that I know I have two more years takes aware from that feeling. 288 more words

Education

Prepping for my second to last term at #SNHU

In about 21 weeks I will have an M.A. in English and Creative Writing with a Screenwriting concentration…

That’s an awesome sentence. I want to write it again. 287 more words

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Shareholder Activists: A Threat for the Global Economy?

The rise of shareholder activism has become a global phenomenon. Shareholder activists are not only present–as they started–in the US, but also in European and Asian Markets. 2,947 more words

Securities Regulation

Directors as Connectors

The corporate board is commonly seen as a crucial governance device that operates to both monitor corporate management and provide strategic advice. Recent corporate governance research has discovered a broad range of evidence of internal board monitoring and advisory activities; but relatively little on the impact of the board’s interactions and connections with different external agents on firm value and corporate decisions. 887 more words

Securities Regulation