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Texas Man Pleads Guilty to Insider Trading After Overhearing Wife’s Work Calls

NYT M&A

The man made $1.7 million in profits after buying and selling stocks in a company that his wife’s employer, BP, acquired, prosecutors said.

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Comment on AMCs Violating TILA and C&R Fee Clauses by Anonymous

Appraisers Blog

In reply to Maria. Do not worry about the AMC fee is not available. The group collecting the information has what is being charged and can fill in the gaps.

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Zong Qinghou, Beverage Tycoon in China, Dies at 79

NYT M&A

A bitter but successful battle with Danone of France for control of a joint venture made him the richest person in China for a time.

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Comment on It’s Just Responsible Journalism! by Unknown

Appraisers Blog

Kenneth Mullinix & Associates Real Estate Appraisal Company Mail- PO Box 2564 Newport Beach, Calif. 92659 Email-kjmull@aol.com Date: 02/25/2024 Ref: Possible case legal representation? To: Appraiser/ can you help me find a law firm! Let me state the case, it involves Intentional Infliction of Emotion Distress by a homeowner who did not get a refinance (I am an appraiser) and how HUD is harassing me.

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How to Leverage Intent Data for Better Outcomes

Speaker: Susan Spencer, Principal of Spencer Communications

Intent signal data can go a long way toward shortening sales cycles and closing more deals. The challenge is deciding which is the best type of intent data to help your company meet its sales and marketing goals. In this webinar, Susan Spencer, fractional CMO and principal of Spencer Communications, will unpack the differences between contact-level and company-level intent signals.

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Corrs Advises Saint-Gobain On $3B Deal For Australia's CSR

Law 360 M&A

French construction materials giant Saint-Gobain said Monday that it will buy Australian rival CSR Ltd. for a total of 4.5 billion Australian dollars ($3 billion) in cash in a move to establish its presence in the Asia-Pacific materials market.

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Comment on AMCs Violating TILA and C&R Fee Clauses by Maria

Appraisers Blog

In reply to Seneca. The law is still valid: appraisers need to be paid customary and reasonable fee. It is the mortgage company’s job to make sure appraisers are paid per the law. Outsourcing doesn’t eliminate the responsibility, like even the work is outsourced, the mortgage company is still responsible to find the most knowledgeable appraiser for the particular property… not the cheapest one.

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Comment on AMCs Violating TILA and C&R Fee Clauses by Maria

Appraisers Blog

In reply to Pat. Pat, I do not have knowledge how much the AMC was paid. Is there any way to figure it out? Rarely, accidentally, it is on the engagement letter, but it is one in the blue. I guess, than my data is not helpful?

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Transcript: Our 2024 “Activist Profiles & Playbooks” Webcast

John Jenkins

We’ve posted the transcript for our latest “Activist Profiles & Playbooks” webcast.

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Comment on It’s Just Responsible Journalism! by Russell

Appraisers Blog

My fellow peers this is an attack on our profession and a malicious attack on caucasian appraisers period. It is also a way for minorities to abuse your rights. Look, I get it that many black people are upset about what has happened in this country when it comes to racism. However; this does not give anyone the right to accuse a person just because they are white and use the race card when something does not go their way.

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2024 Proxy Season Preview

Harvard Corporate Governance

Posted by Mike Tae and Chuck Callan, Broadridge, on Sunday, February 25, 2024 Editor's Note: Mike Tae is Co-President of Investor Communication Services, and Chuck Callan is SVP of Regulatory Affairs at Broadridge. Overview Looking Back: Recent proxy seasons [1] were characterized by greater numbers of shareholder proposals along with declining levels of shareholder support for them. [2] As a category, support for environmental and social proposals declined to a five-year low from a highwater ma

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Statement of Cash Flows vs. Cash Flow Statement

Speaker: Wayne Spivak - President and Chief Financial Officer of SBA * Consulting LTD, Industry Writer, and Public Speaker

The old adages that "cash is king" and "you can’t spend profits" still hold true today. But however well-known these sayings might be, it requires a change in mindset to properly implement a cash flow management system that predicts your business's runaway as accurately as possible. Key to this new mindset is understanding the difference between the Statement of Cash Flows, a historical look at the source and uses of cash, and the Cash Flow Statement, which uses transaction history and forward-l

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The Corporate Contract and the Private Ordering of Shareholder Proposals

Reynolds Holding

Should Coca-Cola do more to protect abortion rights? [1] Should Mastercard track gun purchases? [2] Should Disney’s workplace DEI trainings be more sensitive to conservative perspectives? [3] More importantly, should an activist holding only a nominal stake in any of these companies be able to force a shareholder vote on such divisive questions? Under Rule 14a-8 (the “Rule”), the answer is yes.

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