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Issue of corporate donations to the Vancouver School Board returns

A year after the Vancouver School Board rejected cash from one big oil company, the issue is rearing its head again. The chair wants the board to approach offers of donations differently, saying none should be rejected outright.

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Issue of corporate donations to the Vancouver School Board returns

Apple Pay

A clever combination of technologies makes it faster and more secure to buy things with a wave of your phone. Availability: now

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Apple Pay

Morgan Stanley sacks employee who pilfered account data

Corporate security is only as strong as its weakest link — and too often, humans fall into this category.

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Morgan Stanley sacks employee who pilfered account data

TransLink deserves a lump of coal this holiday season: Canadian Taxpayers’ Federation

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation is declaring TransLink the scrooge of the year, saying it tops the naughty list for misleading the public over salaries.

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TransLink deserves a lump of coal this holiday season: Canadian Taxpayers’ Federation

Apple Pay's Anonymity Makes Some Retailers Think Twice

Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook loves to talk about the security features of his mobile-payments system. Apple Pay won’t collect information about what people buy — and it’s designed to ensure no one else can, either Merchants have good reason to be excited about Apple Pay , which goes live on Monday at some 220,000 shops and restaurants. But some retailers are less than thrilled about …

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Apple Pay's Anonymity Makes Some Retailers Think Twice

Travel like a multi-millionaire

What are the top 10 destinations for people worth more than $10 million? Hint: Viva Las Vegas!

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Travel like a multi-millionaire

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

Quantifying Americans' Distrust of Corporations

It’s been six years since the financial crisis, and three years since Occupy Wall Street—when protestors demonstrated for 60 days in Zuccotti Park against the influence of American corporations. How does the country feel about corporations now? Not surprisingly, the general public is much more skeptical, compared to executives, of the power and reach of corporations. In developed economies of …

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Quantifying Americans' Distrust of Corporations

US auditor blasts executive pay at bailed-out GM, Ally

Washington (AFP) – A US auditor for the billions spent saving companies amid the financial crisis condemned the Treasury Wednesday for allowing exceptionally high pay for executives at General Motors and Ally Financial.

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US auditor blasts executive pay at bailed-out GM, Ally

U.S. Treasury denies allowing 'excessive' executive pay at GM, Ally

Treasury last year permitted top executives at General Motors Co and Ally Financial Inc to collect "excessive pay" while those companies were part of a taxpayer-funded government loan program, a special inspector general reported on Wednesday. The Treasury responded that the report contained "many inaccuracies and omissions," saying the department balanced limits on executive compensation "with …

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U.S. Treasury denies allowing 'excessive' executive pay at GM, Ally