Corporate Law

  1. All You Need to Know About Tax Havens

    These tax-free zones might sound appealing, but the consequences often aren't.
  2. Corporate Tax Dodge Explainer: Earnings Stripping

    How U.S. corporations take advantage of a legal loophole to avoid paying tax, depriving ...
  3. What are the fiduciary responsibilities of board ...

    Find out what fiduciary duties a board of directors owes to the company and its shareholders, ...
  4. The Top 5 Most Unionized Industries

    Unions don't have the membership numbers that they once did, but they are still a ...
  5. The World's Top 10 Law Firms

    Here is a list of world's top ten law firms in terms of revenue.
  6. Executive Pay: How Much Do Shareholders Really ...

    How much do shareholders - or the public - really care about executive pay? A new ...
  1. How To Invest In Corporate Spin-offs

    In many cases, a spin-off is a win-win for the companies involved. But how can traders ...
  1. In what context is a corporation considered to be an individual entity?

    Read about when a corporation is considered an individual entity, when it is not and why corporations are not considered ...
  2. How does FINRA differ from the SEC?

    With all the financial organizations out there, knowing what they all do can be as complicated as knowing where to invest. ...
  3. Can a company be state-run and publicly traded at the same time?

    A state-run company or enterprise cannot be publicly traded in the U.S. However, it is possible to purchase shares of state-run ...
  4. Under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, which of the following are exempt from ...

    I. EngineersII. AccountantsIII. TeachersIV. AttorneysA. I, II, III, IVB. II, III, IVC. I, IIID. II, IV Correct ...
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  3. Quarter - Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4

    A three-month period on a financial calendar that acts as a basis for the reporting of earnings and the paying of dividends.
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  5. Basis Point (BPS)

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