Archive | April, 2009

Will the Chamber be Respected in the Morning?

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business federation representing 3 million businesses of all sizes, sectors, and regions, as well as state and local chambers and industry associations. More than 96% of U.S. Chamber members are small businesses with 100 employees or fewer. Today, they are challenging the SEC’s power to grant […]

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April 2009 Special News Supplement: Ceres 2009

I hadn’t been to a Ceres conference in far too long. This national network of investors, companies, environmental organizations and other public interest groups working to address sustainability challenges such as global climate change is celebrating its 20th anniversary. While most continue using a model of unsustainable growth, Ceres members push forward. Just a few […]

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Mutual Fund Voting

Rank Fund Family Score 1 (tie) Templeton 7 1 (tie) Oppenheimer 7 3 (tie) T. Rowe Price 7.67 3 (tie) AIM 7.67 5 (tie) Schwab 8 5 (tie) JP Morgan 8 7 Janus 9 8 American Century 10.67 9 Legg Mason 11 10 Federated 11.33 11 Franklin 11.67 12 Morgan Stanley 13 13 Van Kampen […]

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Japan's Example

Will America experience a “lost decade” of economic stagnation like Japan in the 1990s? Will Obama’s strategy of “grow now, ask questions later” to jump-start consumption lead to a sustained uptick or a bigger bubble later? Corporate Governance in the 21st Century: Japan’s Gradual Transformation by Nottage, Wolff and Anderson doesn’t give direct answers, but […]

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