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Erscheinungsdatum: 08/2019, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Effective Internal Control and Corporate Compliance, Titelzusatz: A Law and Economics Impact Analysis of the Mysteries of a German Aktiengesellschaft Listed on the NYSE, Auflage: 1. Auflage von 2019 // 1. Auflage, Autor: Hertel, Fabian, Verlag: Nomos Verlagsges.MBH + Co // Nomos, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Gesellschaftsrecht // Handelsrecht, Rubrik: Handels- und Wirtschaftsrecht, Arbeitsrecht, Seiten: 651, Gewicht: 1031 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Tenneco (formerly Tenneco Automotive and originally Tennessee Gas Transmission Company) is a $6.2 billion Fortune 500 company that has been publicly traded on the NYSE since November 5, 1999 under the symbol TEN. Tenneco, with headquarters in Lake Forest, Illinois, United States is an original equipment manufacturer and an after-market ride-control and emissions products. Tenneco, Inc. can be traced to the Chicago Corporation established about 1930. Tennessee Gas and Transmission Company (completely separate) had been formed in 1940.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Wabtec Corporation NYSE: WAB is an American company formed by the merger of the Westinghouse Air Brake Company (WABCO) and MotivePower Industries in 1999.Wabtec manufactures products for locomotives, freight cars and passenger transit vehicles, and builds new locomotives up to 4,000 horsepower (3 MW).The companies' origins go back as far as 1869 with the foundation of the Westinghouse Brake Company, this company (also known as WA&B later as WABCO) became independent in 1990 via a management buy out and went public in 1995. Another company: WABCO Vehicle Control Systems also created from the Westinghouse Brake Company is independent of Wabtec and was spun off by American Standard (the ultimate owner) in 2007.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.Wang Laboratories was a computer company founded in 1951 by Dr. An Wang and Dr. G. Y. Chu. The company was successively headquartered in Cambridge (1954 1963), Tewksbury (1963 1976), and finally in Lowell, Massachusetts (1976 1997). At its peak in the 1980s, Wang Laboratories had annual revenues of $3 billion and employed over 40,000 people. The company was always directed by Dr. Wang, who played a personal role in setting business strategy and product strategy, he also took steps to ensure that the Wang family would retain control of the company even after going public. He created a second class of stock, class B, with higher dividends, but only one-tenth the voting power of class C. The public mostly bought class B shares, the Wang family retained most of the class C shares. (The letters B and C were used to ensure that brokerages would fill any Wang stock orders with class B shares unless class C was specifically requested). Wang stock had been listed in the New York Stock Exchange, but this maneuver was not quite acceptable under NYSE''s rules, and Wang was forced to delist with NYSE and relist on the more liberal American Stock Exchange.
Essay from the year 2013 in the subject Business economics - Operations Research, grade: A, Stanford University, language: English, abstract: Nike Inc. was founded in 1964 by Bill and Phil as Blue Ribbon Sports. It is headquartered in Oregon, United States and operates on a global scale. The company is traded on NYSE and operates in apparel industry. Its segment markets include athletic footwear and apparel, sports equipment's, and recreational products. With control of over 60% of the business Nike has become a pop culture and at the same time involved in corporate social responsibilities. Increase in market resulted to be marked as the advertisement of the year in 2003 while in 2004 its annual revenues exceeded $ 13 billion. Nike's acquisitions include Starter and Umbro (NIKE, INC., 2013). Its subsidiaries include Hurley International and Converse Inc. with over 44,000 employees it made a revenue of US$ 24.128 billion and a net income of US$ 2.223 billion in the fiscal year 2012. In 2 fiscal year 2009 Nike reported a revenue of US$ 19.2 billion. Nike has offices are located over 45 countries. Nike sells products in over 180 countries. Nike Portfolio include top competitive brands which include: NIKE brand ( accessories, footwear, apparel, and equipment); Cole Haan (designs, distributes and markets handbags, luxury shoes, outwear and footwear); Converse ( athletic footwear, apparel and accessories); Hurley International LLC (action sports and youth lifestyle footwear, apparel and accessories); Umbro; Nike Golf; and Jordan brand providing similar products (Carbasho, 2010).
At the height of the 1990s boom, Jack Grubman, one of the mostsuccessful analysts in Wall Street proclaimed 'what used tobe conflicts of interest are now synergies'. This myopiacontributed dramatically to the elevation of a culture in whichgreed was deified, oversight denigrated and misfeasance justified.Since the fall of the markets and the implosion of confidence inthe American corporate business model, one man has provedinstrumental in deconstructing the rhetoric of the 1990s: EliotSpitzer, the combative Attorney General of New York. In theprocess, his innovative application of state law has reconfiguredthe governance of Wall Street. Over the past three years the pursuit of transparency andaccountability in the structure of the markets has propelledSpitzer to the forefront of regulatory policy. His investigationsinto tainted analyst research, the mutual funds industry, thegovernance of the New York Stock Exchange and the insuranceindustry have focused attention not just on corrupted individualsbut also the complicity of the financial structure itself. Spitzerexploited the inherent conflicts of interest to the full, forcingregulators to adopt a much more proactive approach and creating anational platform for his own wider political ambitions. Nowholding the Democratic nomination for the Governorship of New York,Spitzer has begun a path for higher national office. This groundbreaking book features exclusive access with many ofthe key actors in these changes to the governance of Wall Street.It examines how Eliot Spitzer exploited gaps in the regulatoryframework to capture the corporate reform agenda and explores theimplications of his actions on policy formation andrecalibration. Key incidents include: changing the terms of reference governinganalyst research; the defenestration of Dick Grasso's tenureover the NYSE (which is now being heard in state court in NewYork); and the battles for control between the former Chairman ofthe Securities Exchange Commission, Harvey Pitt, and Spitzer. The book details not only the contested, contingent andinterdependent connections between the American political andfinancial systems but reveals how Spitzer's manipulation ofthose connections have proved instrumental in enhancing his ownwider political ambitions.
Bachelor Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Business economics - Economic Policy, grade: 1,3, University of Frankfurt (Main) (Faculty of Economics and Business Administration), course: Chair of Corporate Finance, language: English, abstract: Due to the importance of inventories and the fact that asymmetric information models are extensively discussed in literature, this thesis exclusively focuses on inventory control models and provides a survey of theory and empirical results on the role of inventory in the price formation process. Because most of the relevant literature is based on the U.S. exchange market, this thesis is mainly confined on inventory control of specialists on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and of dealers on the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASDAQ). To understand the costs of holding inventory, Section 2 introduced three important drivers of inventory: capital constraints, liquidity and volatility. Section 3 summarises the effect of market maker inventory and its costs on liquidity and how this affects the bid-ask spread. In Section 4, the impact of inventory on asset prices, especially of inventory levels, is discussed in more detail. Section 5 briefly turns to changes in market structure and how they affect the role of traditional market makers and their inventories. Section 6 finally concludes.