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Adapting HR strategies to the COVID landscape

By Nikolas Kairinos Even at the best of times, Human Resources (HR) managers have a difficult job on their hands. In 2019, before the onset of COVID-19, more than 50% of HR leaders were already struggling to ensure that their workers were equipped with the skills to manoeuvre an increasingly digitized workplace. At the time, […]

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The Wise Leader

By Michael Chaskalson, Philippa Hardman and Chris Nichols We humans love a strong leader and we’ve seen plenty of them recently. The strong men of popular politics, in societies all around the world. They share characteristics with some of the corporate titans who turn up in the highest levels of organisations. Look at the front […]

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Does the Devil Wear Prada? Lessons in supply chain sustainability from luxury fashion

By Donna Marshall and Hakan Karaosman Summary In this article, we present the results of a five-year ongoing research project, with multiple companies in the luxury fashion industry. We uncover the new strategic dimensions driving these companies: innovation, exclusivity, and consciousness and provide a radar for capturing sustainability practices along the dimensions of strategy, production […]

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Online Payday Loans Alberta – What Tax Benefits Should You Expect?

Payday loans seem like one of the most convenient options to most. The benefits they offer, the problems they solve, and most importantly, the flexibility in repayments are some of the best things about these loans. You can pay your emergency medical bills, cover up your over-run monthly expenses and so on. It nearly has […]

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Nontraditional Tools to Manage Home Finances

How you manage your finances can make or break the economic outlook of your household. Keeping track of home assets is a difficult task (even with a calculator) and can be head-scratchingly frustrating if you can’t get a handle on it. Household finances include rent, mortgage payments, real estate taxes, fees for utilities such as […]

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The CSS to Your HTML: Choosing the Best Computer for Web Design

Just like every artisan needs a good set of tools, every web designer needs a dependable laptop to do their job. Not all web designers are created equal, however, and each has different needs. That’s why it’s essential to shop around for the best computer for web design according to your standards. If you’re always […]

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SEC and CFTC Chairman Issue Joint Letter Regarding CFTC Orders Implicating Regulations A and D

On October 23, Chairman Jay Clayton of the Securities and Exchange Commission and Chairman Heath P. Tarbert of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission issued a joint letter creating a one-year pilot program to formalize the practices between the Chairmen relating to CFTC orders that implicate the “bad actor” disqualification provisions of Regulations A and D… Continue Reading…

SEC Staff Issues No-Action Relief Addressing Customer Protection Rule Violations Despite the Objection of Two Commissioners

On October 22, the staff of the Division of Trading and Markets of the Securities and Exchange Commission (DTM) issued a no-action letter (the No-Action Letter) to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) providing time-limited relief for broker-dealers operating fully paid lending programs (FPL Programs) in which they borrow fully paid and excess margin securities… Continue Reading…

FINRA Adopts Rule to Restrict Registered Person’s Ability to be a Beneficiary or Hold Position of Trust

On October 29, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) issued Regulatory Notice 20-38, announcing FINRA’s adoption of a new rule to limit any associated person of a member who is registered with FINRA (a “registered person”) from being named a beneficiary, executor or trustee, or having a power of attorney or similar position of trust… Continue Reading…