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Home Is Where Your Mom Is

A little girl, asked where home was, replied “Where mother is.” – Keith L. Brooks The post Home Is Where Your Mom Is appeared first on What Will Matter.

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COMMENTARY: Too Poor to Give

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When Teresa, a widow with four young children, saw a notice that members of her church would gather to deliver presents and food to a needy family, she took $10 out of her savings jar and bought the ingredients to make three dozen cookies. She got to the church parking lot just in time to join a convoy going to … Read More The post COMMENTARY: Too Poor to Give appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Greatest Quotes on Patriotism

; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; He loves his country best who strives to make it best.  – Robert G. Ingersoll This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave.  ~Elmer Davis I like to see a man proud of the place in which he lives.  I … Read More The post Greatest Quotes on Patriotism appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Greatest Quotes on Patriotism

COMMENTARY 976.3: The Saga of the Lost Wallet

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I suspect it’s an indication of low expectations that I was so delightfully surprised when I found a note on my door Saturday afternoon from a person who said they found my wallet a few hours earlier. Apparently, after pulling out my credit card to get gas, I put my wallet on the top of the car for a moment … Read More The post COMMENTARY 976.3: The Saga of the Lost Wallet appeared first on What Will Matter.

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How 300 Emails Led to a Summer Job on Wall Street

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To land a summer job on Wall Street this year, Fairfield University junior Matthew Edgar sent 300 emails, made dozens of phone calls and several networking trips to New York banks from the Connecticut campus.

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Did millionaire’s ‘teen sweetheart’ murder him?

THE wife of a millionaire Sydney podiatrist who is being quizzed by police over his murder in the Bahamas has been described by shocked friends as his emotional soulmate.

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`Independent directors should be assertive, not overawed'

Chennai, Feb 21 (IANS) Be assertive, not get overawed by the company size or other personalities, know the industry, elicit answers when in doubt, do the home work before attending board meetings were some of the tips given by a seasoned chairman of several company boards to aspiring women directors here Saturday. Further one has to be assertive at the board meeting. Views expressed at the board …

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`Independent directors should be assertive, not overawed'

AIU board spends freely as reserve fund dwindles

The Allegheny Intermediate Unit has hit hard times lately— drawing down $12.4 million from its reserve fund over the last three years — but its top administrators are getting raises, eating well and hitting luxury resorts as they preach austerity and reduce pay of some of their employees. 

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AIU board spends freely as reserve fund dwindles

Main Street banks play the Wall Street lobbying game

PNC, the nation’s 10th largest bank, hasn’t spent the past few years just building itself into a financial behemoth. Like many other banks, it’s built up political capital too. And last year, it spent some of that currency to help roll back a regulation intended to prevent another Wall Street bailout.

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Main Street banks play the Wall Street lobbying game

Companies View Voluntary Proxy Disclosures as Opportunity to Reach Large Institutional Shareholders

Meridian Compensation Partners, a leading executive compensation and corporate governance consulting firm, has found that an increasing percentage of companies are providing voluntary disclosures to better explain their compensation plans and programs .

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Companies View Voluntary Proxy Disclosures as Opportunity to Reach Large Institutional Shareholders