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I’m currently the vice president for our co-op, a 334-unit community on Long Island. We’re having difficulties with two of our board members. One has been on the board for five years, and has been very destructive. For example, this board member accuses other board members of being corrupt, and our sponsor of manipulating the board, etc. Whenever the board member is confronted for proof, it can never be supplied. The board member also threatens everyone with lawsuits. This individual is also harassing our maintenance crew. The second board member follows in this person’s footsteps, and both their ...
founded and continuously published in New York City, NY since 1851. Although it remains both the largest local metropolitan newspaper in the United States as well as being third largest overall, behind The Wall Street Journal and USA Today , the weekday circulation of the paper has fallen precipitously in recent years to fewer than one million copies daily for the first time since the 1980s. 1 Nicknamed "The Gray Lady" and long regarded within the industry as a national " newspaper of record ", the Times is owned by The New York Times Company , which also publishes 18 other regional newspapers including the ...
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The Corporation
I thoroughly enjoyed the first half of this movie. Not because it was any good, mind you. At times the film seemed little more than a collection of every half-baked criticism of corporations ever uttered by man. So much so that the film often seemed to lapse into self-parody, which is what, for me, provided the bulk of the entertainment. From its opening lines (“Like the Church, the Monarchy, and the Communist Party in other times and places, the Corporation is today’s dominant institution.”), the film is filled with statements ranging from the overwrought (“When you look at a corporation, just like when ... market research, surveys and trends
Charity Governance: DOING GOOD WITH A BUSINESS CORPORATION: NEW ...
has quickly become the go-to guide for nonprofit executives and advisors. So what are people saying about the Guide? In the October 2007 edition of the The Federal Lawyer, New York lawyer George W. Gowen and nonprofit authority, wrote: Jack Siegel knows his way around this backwater...Best of all, he doesn't write like an accountant (in deference to my brothers and sisters a the bar, I avoid adding lawyers to the assessment). His guide is to the point, practical, and readable....Even though the subtitle of this worthy book is Avoiding Trouble While Doing Good , doing good well is the book's operative theme. Some ... market research, surveys and trends

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approximately $60 billion in market capitalization (shareholder value)17, ...... Seventy-seven percent of large firm lawyers attended Ivy League law ... on derivative litigation, section 61-b of the New York Business Corporations Law. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Richard H. Webber, New York City (Peter W. Flanagan, Hill, Rivkins, Carey, Loesberg, O'Brien & Mulroy, New York City, of counsel), for plaintiff-appellant Texas Trading & Milling Corp. Lewis S. Sandler, New York City, for plaintiff-appellee-cross-appellant Decor by Nikkei International, Inc. Robert Layton, New York City (Daniel J. Brooks, Thomas L. Abrams, Layton & Sherman, New York City, of counsel), for plaintiff-appellant-cross-appellee Chenax Majesty, Inc. Berthold H. Hoeniger, New York City, for plaintiff-appellee-cross-appellant East Europe Import-Export, Inc. James G. Simms, New York City (Craig P. Murphy, Peter J. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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DO YOU STILL THINK A CORPORATION PROVIDES UNLIMITED LIABILITY ...
of the New York Business Corporations Law, the 10 largest shareholders of a closely held company (this doesn't apply to publically held companies or ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Doing Business As - DBA - Registration | Business.gov
The legal name of a business is the name of the person or entity that owns a business. If you are the sole owner of your business, its legal name is your full name. If your business is a partnership, the legal name is the name given in your partnership agreement or the last names of the partners. For limited liability corporations (LLCs) and corporations, the business' legal name is the one that was registered with the state government. Your business' legal name is required on all government forms and applications, including your application for employer tax IDs, licenses and permits. However, if you want to open a ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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The Briarcliffe Seahawks captured the 2010 USCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS in Maine today with a convincing 16-4 victory. It is Briarcliffe's second National Championship in 5 years. The Seahawks never trailed in any inning in the entire tournament. Despite the final score, this game was much closer than it appeared. The Seahawks scored three in the first and two in the second to take a 5-0 lead. However that lead was quickly cut to 5-2 in the top of the third. In the top of the fourth, UCC scored again, making it 5-3 with the bases loaded and only one out. Freshman Chris Brezinski, who started for the Seahawks, was ...
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Starting a Small Business: opening consulting business in New York ...
Dear Consuelo, I am self employed chemical consultant: formulations of chemicals, paints, adhesives and regulatory affairs for chemical industry registered for few years in Ontario, Canada. I am canadian citizen and want to expand my business to US, close to Toronto: Buffalo, Rochester NY, then Erie Pensil and up to Cleveland.  Business under my name Igor Zhvanetskiy.  First of all, is it possible and then what I need: US address, bank account, US phone number, US driving licence?  Do I need to register in each state?  Hope to hear from you.  Igor Zhvanetskiy, Chemical Consultant Answer Dear Igor, Thank ...
Google Answers: New York State Law affecting membership ...
Dear hummer and markj, I am asking the question in behalf of a small, non-profit corporation formed as a club in upper New York State in 1908. It consists of 17 member families, each owning a summer-only cottage and an acre or less of land, and some surrounding wilderness acres belonging to the club. It operates rather like a cooperative apartment building, in a horizontal sort of way. The ByLaws state that the cottage sites "shall not be alienable except to the club or to a regular member thereof, as provided by Section 22 [elsewhere it says section 22 of chapter 722] of the Membership Corporations Law." In deeds signed ...