How to Hire Better and Faster
Finding the right employees shouldn’t be a crapshoot. These tips can help you craft an efficient hiring strategy to save you both time and money. Sometimes the hiring process can feel like a slow, nerve-wracking slog to the finish line. And once you get there, are you confident that you’ve hired the right person for the job? Because making the wrong hiring decision can cost you – up to twice the annual salary of the employee in question according to the Society for Human Resources Management. Fortunately, there are steps small business owners and managers can take that will shorten the hiring cycle, increase the chances of securing the best candidates and potentially save you thousands of dollars by avoiding bad hires. Joe Taylor at Small Business Computing lays out steps to help you attract and retain the type of employees that can help your business succeed. Remember, streamlining your business processes can make you more efficient and productive. Apply that theory – and these ...
United States: Sixth Circuit Upholds Dismissal Of Suit To Set Aside Foreclosure Sale - Goodwin Procter LLP
The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit affirmed a lower court’s decision dismissing plaintiff’s action to set aside a foreclosure sale based on alleged violations of the non-judicial foreclosure process in Michigan.
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Court blocks Penney from selling Martha Stewart goods, for now
A New York appeals judge on Tuesday stopped J.C. Penney from selling certain Martha Stewart goods in its stores until Thursday, when he is expected to decide whether to extend the block while an appeal from Macy's Inc is pending. The decision, in effect a short-term reprieve for Macy's, was delivered in a closed hearing but lawyers for both sides confirmed it to Reuters as they left the courtroom....
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John Shinal's Tech Investor: Intel’s CEO choice is more important than results
The decisions made during the next 12 months are going to be key for the company’s future, writes John Shinal.
BofA to Settle Mortgage Investors’ Class-Action
(NEW YORK) — Bank of America has agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit brought by investors who bought mortgage investments from Countrywide Financial, the California-based lender it acquired in 2008. The announcement came as the nation’s second biggest bank reported higher net income for the first quarter, but missed analysts’ expectations. Bank of America said Wednesday that it would pay $500 million to settle the lawsuit brought by the Maine State Retirement System and other pension funds who said Countrywide had misled them about the quality of the mortgages they bundled together and sold to investors before the crisis. The settlement is the latest reminder of the long fallout of Bank of America’s decision to buy Countrywide, which was known for making exotic loans. The purchase catapulted the bank into a spot at the top of the nation’s mortgage scene, but it’s been an albatross ever since, bringing lawsuits, regulatory investigations and quarterly losses. Bank of America ...