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Most Ironic Case of 2011

The nation's largest maternity clothes retailer has agreed to pay $375,000 to settle pregnancy discrimination claims brought by the EEOC. The Claims The EEOC alleged that Mothers Work, Inc. (doing business as Motherhood Maternity) refused to hire female applicants because … Continue reading

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Oracle – Another World's Most Ethical FCPA Violator?

Another FCPA investigation in the works: Yesterday, Joe Palazzolo and Samuel Rubenfeld broke the story in the Wall Street Journal, "U.S. Probes Oracle Dealings," that "U.S. authorities are investigating whether Oracle Corp., one of the world's largest software companies by … Continue reading

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Most Companies Receive Wide Support on Severance

Most Companies Receive Wide Support on Severance From Ted Allen of ISS: The Dodd-Frank Act also requires companies to hold separate shareholder votes on "golden parachute" arrangements when they seek approval for mergers, sales, and other transactions. However, the SEC … Continue reading

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UM to Ban Smoking on Most of Campus

UM is becoming a no-smoking zone: the University of Miami is launching the first step in a three-year initiative to make our Coral Gables campus smoke free. Starting on September 1, 2011, smoking will only be permitted in designated areas … Continue reading

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The Most Talked-About Bankruptcy that Never Happened

The Jefferson County Chapter 9 Municipal Bankruptcy is bigger than the Orange County Bankruptcy. And it's been talked about for three years now. I've read that even the locals are tired of talking about it, and I find that remarkably … Continue reading

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