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To the surprise of no one, 2012 was yet another year fraught with risk. From debt crises and drought to fines and floods to recalls and re-elections, the last 12 months have had it all.
Two-thirds of respondents to a recent survey believe that social media is either a critical or significant risk to their organization's reputation.
An incentive to prove their value to future employers may prompt some SEC officials to pad their resumes with impressive-looking enforcement actions.
While SOX remains a burden in several ways, at least some companies now — 10 years later — feel like it has actually led to some worthwhile accounting improvements.
To improve security, society should embrace adaptability — an approach that better resembles the evolutionary process of the species that thrive across the globe today.
The tragedy in Haiti, the latest in a decade that saw no shortage of natural catastrophes throughout the world, has prompted a re-evaluation of disaster preparedness and response.