- JAMES P. JAMIESON. // Bond Buyer;12/12/2003, Vol. 346 Issue 31780, p4
Presents an obituary for James P. Jamieson, a financial adviser and investment banker in Sperryvile, Virginia.
- People Monitor. // Journal of Electronic Defense;Dec2003, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p38
Reports on the developments in the military science worldwide as of December 2003. Selection of Canadian Army Lieutenant-General Rick Hillier as next commander of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization-led International Security Assistance Force in Kabul, Afghanistan; Appointment of James...
- SECURITY RESELLERS NOT LEFT OUT OF RECENT CONSOLIDATION WAVE. Neel, Dan; Follett, Jennifer Hagendorf // CRN;11/22/2004, Issue 1122, p20
Reports on the merger and consolidation trend involving computer security value added resellers (VAR), systems integrators and solution providers in the U.S. as of November 2004. Importance of computer security technology for companies that provide information technology systems; Emergence of...
- Are maufacturers' reps cost effective?. Arnold, Ted // Automotive Marketing;Nov97, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p122
Provides information on maufacturers' representatives. Questions asked pertaining to cost effectiveness of these representatives; Advantages of using representative firms.
- The all-American fall guy. Ferguson, Andrew // Across the Board;Jul/Aug97, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p11
Asserts that diversity training is purely American. View of the author on the uniqueness of the American businessman.
- Incorporation. // Black Enterprise;Jun86, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p265
Many new entrepreneurs often rush to incorporate their new ventures which is often an unwise move. Although incorporation is the preferred form for most businesses, it is by no means necessary or appropriate for every endeavor. Some advice on deciding on whether or not to incorporate.
- Black success in the corporate world. Graves, E.G. // Black Enterprise;Aug87, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p9
Editorial. Many companies are cutting down in their personnel, public affairs and affirmative action departments, where blacks are heavily represented. As the trend continues black executives will have difficulty succeeding. Therefore, they must equip themselves with more and better skills in...
- How to avoid the corporate crunch. Dingle, D.T.; Green, C.M. // Black Enterprise;Aug87, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p42
Q & A session with the seven members of Black Enterprises Corporate Roundtable on how to avoid getting caught in the corporate crunch.
- Today's corporate environment. Dingle, D.T.; Green, C.M. // Black Enterprise;Aug87, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p40
Examines the uncertainties that plague many black professionals today as well as the tactics used to reach, and stay, at the top.