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advisory Sentence Examples

  • By tipping the scale further in the favor of them, the net effect will be to politicize the proxy process, overrule well-established state law, undermine company management and confer on opaque proxy advisory firms, "activist shareholders," unions and other often-allied interest groups additional back-room clout to influence corporate affairs for their own benefit.

  • FINANCIAL SERVICES Performance-Fee Slump Hurts Blackstone Results Private-equity giant Blackstone Group LP posted a 12% decline in fourth-quarter economic profit as declines in performance-related fees and investment income across most business lines more than offset gains from increased management and advisory fees.

  • The Good News here: The White House has tapped the Guru of data visualization, Edward Tufte, to serve on the Recovery Independent Advisory Panel and, in that role, "to foster transparency on Recovery spending by providing the public with accurate, user-friendly information."

  • FINANCIAL SERVICES Performance-Fee Slump Hurts Blackstone Results Private-equity giant Blackstone Group LP posted a 12% decline in fourth-quarter economic profit as declines in performance-related fees and investment income across most business lines more than offset gains from increased management and advisory fees.

  • The FSA board will consider an assessment conducted in November by the Advisory Committee on Novel Foods and Processes, which found that "the evidence showed no differences in composition between the meat and milk of conventional animals, clones or their progeny, which is therefore unlikely to present any food safety risk".

  • The Good News here: The White House has tapped the Guru of data visualization, Edward Tufte, to serve on the Recovery Independent Advisory Panel and, in that role, "to foster transparency on Recovery spending by providing the public with accurate, user-friendly information."

  • Bruno Aziza is the co-author of Drive Business Performance: Enabling a Culture of Intelligent Execution and a fellow at the Advanced Performance Institute, an independent advisory group specializing in organizational performance.

  • This spring, some county commissioners discussed lowering or eliminating the monthly stipend, which is the largest for any of the county's advisory boards.

  • By tipping the scale further in the favor of them, the net effect will be to politicize the proxy process, overrule well-established state law, undermine company management and confer on opaque proxy advisory firms, "activist shareholders," unions and other often-allied interest groups additional back-room clout to influence corporate affairs for their own benefit.

  • The variable ignored, maybe intentionally, is the impact on providers.