Corporate defense

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  • The practice of law is not monolithic. Professional directories for the United States sort one million lawyers and 50,000 law firms into some 65 core practice areas. In Lawyers at Work, I interview fifteen lawyers in fifteen practice areas selected to be representative of the lawyering spectrum: employment law, corporate defense, criminal prosecution, financial services, international project finance, family law, international law, cross-border mergers and acquisitions, antitrust, intellectual property, entertainment, nonprofit, civil rights, trusts and estates, and civil litigation.

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  • This report documents the underlying methodology of a portfolio-analysis tool developed by the RAND Corporation for the Missile Defense Agency’s Director of Business Management Office (MDA/DM). It also serves a

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  • This chapter describes the corporate finance of mergers and acquisitions. It shows that the acquisition of one firm by another is essentially a capital budgeting decision, and the NPV framework still applies. Tax, legal, and accounting aspects of mergers are discussed along with more recent developments in areas such as takeover defenses.

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  • his report is part of the RAND Corporation monograph report series. The monograph/report was a product of the RAND Corporation from 1993 to 2003. RAND monograph/reports presented major research findings that addressed the challenges facing the public and private sectors. They included executive summaries, technical documentation, and synthesis pieces.

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  • In August 2001, the Directorate of Acquisition Resources and Analysis in the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) asked the RAND Corporation to identify policy issues relevant to large service acquisitions that deserved closer attention in OSD. RAND agreed to examine a variety of new large acquisitions o

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  • Shleifer and Vishny (1997) elaborate on this point and suggest that the benefits from concentrated ownership are relatively larger in countries that are generally less developed, where property rights are not well defined and/or protected by judicial systems.

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  • The decentralized, experimental nature of early economic reform is clear in Chinese establishment of Special Economic Zones – export-oriented enclaves that were allowed to detach themselves partially from the central administrative apparatus and to operate with considerable autonomy. Guangdong, which was allowed to set up its own foreign trade corporations, was a pioneer. On the eve of reform, Guangdong seemed to have few advantages. It had few natural resources, a low ratio of arable land per capita, and high rates of rural unemployment.

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  • Hindawi Publishing Corporation EURASIP Journal on Information Security Volume 2011, Article ID 502748, 12 pages doi:10.

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  • Readers may also be interested in selected related studies: • Defining Needs and Managing Performance of Installation Support Contracts: Perspectives from the Commercial Sector, Laura H. Baldwin and Sarah Hunter, RAND Corporation, MR1812-AF, forthcoming Implementing Performance-Based Services Acquisition (PBSA): Perspectives from an Air Logistics Center and a Product Center, John Ausink, Laura H. Baldwin, Sarah Hunter, and Chad Shirley, RAND Corporation, DB-388-AF, 2002,

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  • Some consider their job to be to simply listen to what others have to say and then bring that information back to their client. Sleuthing for a company is an increasingly popular career choice. The SCIP says that its membership has more than doubled in the last six years. 14 And U.S. companies spend a total of $1 billion a year on competitive intelligence programs. 15 This is in contrast to the $45 billion that Fortune 100 companies lost to thefts of proprietary information in 1999. This amount continues to increase.

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  • The thought of mucus disturbs many people. Mucus is beneficial as the first defense of the airways. The mucus lining traps inhaled particles and allows them to be cleared from the airway by cilia and cough. The mucus layer also prevents dehydration and desiccation of the airway surface and provides a nutrient milieu for the ciliated epithelium. Mucus can also be quite bad. Airway mucus retention due to hypersecretion or poor mucus clearance is a characteristic of many airway diseases including cystic fibrosis, chronic bronchitis, bronchiectasis, and asthma.

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  • In each of these--and many similar--cases, there is a strong temptation to rationalize these actions as an exercise of "social responsibility." In the present climate of opinion, with its widespread aversion to "capitalism," "profits," the "soulless corporation" and so on, this is one way for a corporation to generate goodwill as a by-product of expenditures that are entirely justified on its own self-interest. It would be inconsistent of me to call on corporate executives to refrain from this hypocritical window-dressing because it harms the foundation of a free society.

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  • This Article offers an assessment of the preliminary evidence that the market for corporate control functions as a disciplinary mechanism for poor corporate governance in Korea. It analyzes SK Corporation’s fight against Sovereign Asset Management, contest for control over the Hyundai Group, KT&G’s fight against Carl Icahn, and LG Group and Carlyle’s proxy contest against Hanaro Telecom, together with relevant laws and regulations.

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  • In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Identify several ethical issues regarding how the use of information technologies in business affects employment, individuality, working conditions, privacy, crime, health, and solutions to societal problems; identify several types of security management strategies and defenses and explain how they can be used to ensure the security of business applications of information technology;...

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  • The U.S. Department of Defense and the U.K. Ministry of Defence (MoD) face a common challenge: to modernize their forces to meet changing military threats under reduced budgets. To meet this challenge, both organizations are increasingly interested in leveraging private sector capital and expertise to provide defense activities and support services.

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  • The need for complete network security has never been greater nor as well understood. Malicious users threaten to steal, manipulate, and impede information. Numerous solutions address perimeter defense, but the greatest threat of information theft and unauthorized access remains within the internal network boundaries. One point of concern is the relative ease of physical and logical access to a corporate network. Both physical and logical access has been extended to enable a greater level of mobility, providing several benefits to business operations and overall productivity.

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  • The Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) is a standard that includes many protocols. It defines how machines on an internetwork can communicate with each other. It was initially funded by and developed for DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Protects Agency), which is a conglomeration of U.S. military and government organizations. Developed initially for the government, it was later made available to the public, mainly seen on Unix systems. First specified in RFC 791, it has become the defacto standard for networking protocols.

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  • Find out what spam and spyware cost your company, and how to stop them Whether yours is a one-person business or a multi-million dollar corporation, here's help giving spammers and spies the bum's rush. Two veterans of the spam wars help you analyze your situation, choose the right solutions, set up and maintain them, and even show the bean-counters why such defenses are essential.

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  • Notwithstanding these developments in the area of governance, a recent Summit of the Organ Troika5 on Politics, Defense and Security of the South Africa Development Corporation (SADC) held at the end of March 2011 in Zambia, noted that the implementation of the GPA has been slow. The Summit was not satisfied with the polarization of the political environment characterized by the resurgence of violence, arrests and intimidation in the country.

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  • We need a prompt corrective action and orderly closure rule for large investment banks along the lines of what we have for banks in FIDICIA, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act of 1991. The assumption used to be that failure of a large bank would be much more costly for the economy than failure of a large nonbank, but that assumption has become less and less defensible.6 Nonbanks now provide a larger share of financial intermediation in the United States than banks. Large nonbanks are big players in derivative markets.

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