Corporate positioning

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  • This book takes a novel approach to the presentation and understanding of a controversial topic in modern-day society: hacking. The term hacker was originally used to denote positively-motivated individuals wanting to stretch the capabilities of computers and networks. In contrast, the term cracker was a later version of the term, used to denote negatively-motivated individuals wanting to take advantage of computers and networks’ vulnerabilities to cause harm to property or persons, or to personally gain financially.

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  • For any holder of securities, whether an organization or individual, remaining in control of securities and cash positions is fundamental to the efficient management of its investment portfolio. This is not simply a matter of recording trading and settlement activity, but also the accurate processing and recording of the impact of corporate action events on those securities and cash positions.

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  • In writing this book, I summoned perspectives and experiences that extend many years into the past, to the early days of my career. I drew upon a wealth of knowledge, insights, and wisdom imparted by an array of people who have helped me grow professionally and per-sonally over the past two decades. The available space in this book and the limitations of my long-term memory prevent me from recogniz-ing everyone who has had a positive (or at least important) influence on my development and the formation of the ideas articulated in this book.

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  • Direct holdings are concentrated in infrastructure sectors (banking and insurance) where SOEs hold a dominant position. Indirect holdings are managed principally through the two state controlled funds that were established as part of the privatisation process, the pension fund

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  • Chapter 8 working capital management is the management of the short-term investment and financing of a company. Major points covered: Understanding how to evaluate a company’s liquidity position, calculating and interpreting operating and cash conversion cycles, evaluating overall working capital effectiveness of a company and comparing it with that of other peer companies,...

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  • The second edition of the New CFO Financial Leadership Manual is designed to give the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) a complete overview of his or her place in the corporation, and to provide strategies for how to handle strategic decisions related to a variety of financial, tax, and information technology issues. Some of the questions that Chapters 1 through 4 answer include: What should I do during my first days on the job? What are my specific responsibilities? How do I reduce my foreign currency exposure? How do I increase the company’s return on assets?...

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  • This book was motivated by the author’s experience in teaching accounting at postgraduate level (MBA and MSc) at Aston Business School and in-house training provided for non-financial managers in many organizations to introduce them to the use of financial tools and techniques. My own education as an accountant was aimed at achieving professional recognition and emphasized an uncritical acceptance of the tools and techniques that I was taught.

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  • This book is aimed to give an overview of what marketing really means in the contemporary business environment. It’s not a "how to guide" it’s more a background/reference document to help stimulate some thinking and discussion about marketing, which is an essential part of any higher education course covering Marketing.

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  • Corporate culture isn't something you can define. It's intangible: a state of mind, a feeling, a collective consciousness that's infused in a business and its employees. If you ask 20 CEOs to define their corporate cultures, you'll get 20 different responses.

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  • CHAPTER ELEVEN WHERE POSITIVE NET PRESENT VALUES COME FROM Why is an M.B.A. student who has learned about DCF like a baby with a hammer? Answer: Because to a baby with a hammer, everything looks like a nail. Our point is that you should not focus on the arithmetic of DCF and thereby ignore the forecasts that are the basis of every investment decision.

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  • CHAPTER TWELVE MAKING SURE MANAGERS MAXIMIZE NPV Concentrated on criteria and procedures for identifying capital investments with positive NPVs. If a firm takes all (and only) positive-NPV projects, it maximizes the firm’s value. But do the firm’s managers want to maximize value? Managers have no special gene or chromosome that automatically aligns their personal interests

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  • Women have made enormous strides in recent decades, as they entered and rose through the ranks of corporations to attain leadership positions. Despite these gains, however, and despite the number of women in business schools, and in lower and middle management positions, the status of women at the top of corporate America has not increased as expected. According to the 2006 Census released by Catalyst, a research and advisory organization that conducts research on women’s career advancement, in 2006 women held just 15.

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  • Drawing on a large and wide-ranging literature on consumer behaviour, this report argues that psychological rather than informational differences may explain much of the variation in financial capability reported in the FSA's financial capability survey, and that people's financial behaviour may primarily depend on their intrinsic psychological attributes rather than information or skills or how they choose to deploy them.

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  • What does it mean to promote yourself? Is the promotion game worth spending your energy on? Employees often get locked into playing the corporate game where someone else sets the speed of the treadmill and dictates how fast to run. Conversely, playing the promotional game can be a lot of fun because you control the speed of the treadmill and determine what promotional plays to use to move yourself up the corporate ladder. If you play the game right, you’ll come out a winner and get promoted along the way....

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  • Risk management is the process whereby the insurer's management takes action to assess and control the impact of past and potential future events that could be detrimental to the insurer. These events can impact both the asset and liability sides of the insurer's balance sheet, and the insurer’s cash flow. Investment risk management addresses investment related events that would cause the insurer’s investment performance to weaken or otherwise adversely affect its financial position. Various investment risks tend to focus on different parts of the investment portfolio.

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  • Measures the economic efficiency of the project: if net benefit is positive, the project is a more efficient allocation of resources than the alternative (the world “without” the project).

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  • Addressing diet and physical activity in the workplace has the potential to improve the health status of workers; contribute to a positive and caring image of the company; improve staff morale; reduce staff turnover and absenteeism; enhance productivity; and reduce sick leave, health plan costs and workers' compensation and disability payments.

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  • Even if an entity otherwise holds a “substantial position” in swaps, it would not qualify as a major swap participant if those positions are held for “hedging or mitigating commercial risk,” among other exceptions. 20 However, the proposed defi nition of “hedging or mitigat- ing commercial risk” would exclude swap positions held for speculative purposes. 21 As most private funds would presumably be deemed to be holding their swap positions for speculative purposes, that exclusion is unlikely to apply to them.

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  • Hindawi Publishing Corporation Fixed Point Theory and Applications Volume 2010, Article ID 126192, 8 pages doi:10.1155/2010/126192 Research Article Existence of Solution and Positive Solution for a Nonlinear Third-Order m-Point BVP Jian-Ping Sun and Fan-Xia Jin Department of Applied Mathematics, Lanzhou University of Technology, Lanzhou, Gansu 730050, China Correspondence should be addressed to Jian-Ping Sun, Received 5 November 2010; Accepted 14 December 2010 Academic Editor: Tomonari Suzuki Copyright q 2010 J.-P. Sun and F.-X. Jin.

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  • Hindawi Publishing Corporation Advances in Difference Equations Volume 2010, Article ID 185701, 14 pages doi:10.1155/2010/185701 Research Article Positive Solutions for Impulsive Equations of Third Order in Banach Space Jingjing Cai Department of Mathematics, Tongji University, Shanghai 200092, China Correspondence should be addressed to Jingjing Cai, Received 4 September 2010; Accepted 30 November 2010 Academic Editor: John Graef Copyright q 2010 Jingjing Cai.

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