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"We Are An Equal Opportunity Employer":Diversity Doublespeak
I. Introduction: Diversity DoublespeakIn January 2004, I attended the Seventh Annual Rainbow/PUSH Wall Street Project Conference in New York City. The mission of the Wall Street Project, founded by
Effective Compliance with Antidiscrimination Law: Corporate Personhood, Purpose and Social Responsibility
Table of ContentsI. Introduction.1187II. Good Corporate Governance as Corporate Social Responsibility.1192III. Contextualizing: Diversity Discussions vs. Monitoring Compliance with Antidiscrimination
AFRICAN-AMERICAN ENTREPRENEURS: INTEGRATION, EDUCATION, AND EXCLUSION
In this Article, I describe some of the subtle, obscure, and hid­ den challenges that African-American entrepreneurs face by pro­ viding the narratives of three African-American businesspeople. Two
Toward a Critical Corporate Law Pedagogy and Scholarship
In recent years, the publicly held corporation has assumed a central position in both the economic and political spheres of American life. Economically, the public corporation has long acted as the
Fiduciary Duty, Subprime Lending and the Economic Downturn
This article explores decision making relating to the compensation of executives of the Wall Street firms and mortgage companies that entered into the subprime and predatory lending debacle that
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This document describes the construction and operation of the S-1 S and some of the technologies used to develop and maintain the vehicle.
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