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board3_Fotor

The “New Reality” for Corporate Boards

I have very little patience for a corporate board that fails to do its job. A board usually consists of talented, successful and experienced professionals. They have seen good and bad business practices in...

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Avenues for Reporting Employee Concerns

We all like to make things more complex or difficult than they need to be.   Consider that a life lesson that we can share with our children, assuming they are even listening to us...

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Gifts, Meals and Then . . . FCPA Enforcement

Life can be very humbling. The SEC has definitely humbled me. For years now, I have been claiming that companies spend too much time worrying about gifts, meals and entertainment expenses under the FCPA,...

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Kickbacks and Bribery

Companies can become hyper-focused on anti-bribery compliance. It is easy to do – just look on the Internet, Twitter and Linked In. There are plenty of groups, hash tags, postings and discussions on anti-corruption...

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Compliance Attitudes in High-Risk Markets

A Chief Compliance Officer has a direct responsibility to promote the company’s business. That sounds like a controversial statement but it is not. Every officer and employee of a company has that responsibility. A...