All parties must arrive at consensus on undertaking governance reforms 0SHARES Share Tweet Email Recommended Stories Imran rules out coalition government with 'corrupt politicians'Says Shehbaz Sharif is a master in rigging electionsPPP hopes to be part of coalition governmentPolitical pundits says party is battling for survivalBAP rejects rumours of ‘establishment’ support in pollsKamal says next coalition government will be announced soon … [Read more...] about Coalition government: a challenge or opportunity?
FPL parent NextEra Energy’s shareholders are getting ready to vote on an institutional investor’s proposal that would require greater disclosure of political contributions. The vote is scheduled to take place Thursday as NextEra holds its annual meeting in Tucson, Ariz.The New York State Common Retirement Fund’s proposal calls for the company to provide semiannual reports disclosing its policies and procedures for contributions to any political campaign. The fund also wants Nextera to identify the recipients, the amounts paid, and the executives who decided to make contributions on behalf of NextEra. The fund owns 1.29 million shares of NextEra worth more than $211 million.The shareholder proposal cites the 2010 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Citizens United where the court supported transparency as being in the best interest of shareholders.“If we can't see how and where portfolio companies are spending our investment dollars, then we cannot determine if those … [Read more...] about Pension fund calls for more transparency in FPL-parent NextEra’s political contributions
To be “enterprising” is to be eager to undertake or to attempt. To show initiative and be resourceful. These are leadership traits, so to be enterprising is to lead. ‘Analytics’ is how we use data to inform decision making, in the context of achieving business objectives. These are management practices, so analytics is about management.“Enterprising analytics” is about being creative, resourceful and adventurous with decision-making to achieve business objectives. It is about the set of leadership and management practices that need to be in place for an organization to make the most of its analytics investment.Throwing facts togetherThere are no facts about the future. There are only facts about the past. The only thing we know about the future is conjecture. Conjecture means “an opinion or conclusion formed on the basis of incomplete information.” The Latin root of conjecture meant to “throw facts together.” When the word … [Read more...] about Data governance moves past throwing facts together
posted on 2 days ago, 23:55 12 1. Lanx1998 (Posts: 17; Member since: 06 Mar 2017) When everything fails, dirty politics. posted on yesterday, 00:15 2 2. gamehead (Posts: 425; Member since: 04 Jul 2017) That's what I thought. I feel like they're only saying this because the acquisition failed posted on yesterday, 01:29 2 7. mootu (Posts: 403; Member since: 16 Mar 2017) The acquisition hasn't failed it's still ongoing, just delayed 30 days. posted on yesterday, 13:33 0 11. Penny (Posts: 1701; Member since: 04 Feb 2011) "...acquisition..." posted on yesterday, 00:28 1 4. tangbunna (Posts: 266; Member since: 29 Sep 2016) fight no win, burn his house. posted on yesterday, 00:15 2 3. Tech-shake (Posts: 96; Member since: 14 Nov 2016) why is Broadcom going so hard for Qualcomm? i mean the ferocity of this fight is next level. posted on yesterday, 01:16 2 5. jonathanfiuwx (Posts: 81; Member since: 10 Mar 2017) monopoly. posted on … [Read more...] about Comments for : Broadcom says that Qualcomm has connections with Chinese companies and the country’s government
Going “off-script” at an MWC 2018 press conference, Richard Yu made some controversial comments about Huawei’s failed AT&T exclusive deal. Mr. Yu allegedly blames competitors for “playing politics” to kill the deal, a statement that could be perceived as a serious allegation. Huawei as an organization has distanced itself from the statements, suggesting some inner turmoil at the company over the failed deal. Richard Yu, the CEO of the consumer products division at Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei, recently made some controversial comments at Mobile World Congress 2018. When pressed by CNBC journalists to comment on the roadblocks the company has faced trying to enter the U.S. market, Mr. Yu said, “Our competitors are using some political way … to try to kick us out of the U.S. market, but we have no issue at all. We are transparent.” He added, “We are a leading high-tech, innovative company, but they cannot compete … [Read more...] about Huawei CEO calls out competitors “using politics” to kill U.S. deal