Tax season is a time of year that most people look upon with distaste. As a result, many fall into the trap of putting off filing for as long as possible. Sure, nobody enjoys filling out the paperwork, but it is still important to take care of it sooner rather than later, especially if you want to avoid any sort of legal problems with the IRS. Fortunately, for the vast majority of individuals, filing taxes actually brings about a nice return, and who doesn't want a check coming in from the government?
The greater New York City area has long been a hot spot for new businesses to develop themselves. It is no surprise...
Harvard alum Andrew Farkas , CEO of Island Capital Group and has made a name for himself in New York City Real Estate. Farkas still has strong ties to his alma mater, and has funded organizations like the Hasty Pudding Institute, a theatrical group at Harvard.
At the largest companies, CEOs and boards are evaluating anywhere from a dozen to nearly three dozen potential successors on an ongoing basis, says Dennis Carey (read more from Dennis Carey on the Harvard Business Review), vice chairman at Korn/Ferry International who has recruited CEOs to Tyco International, 3M and American Standard and who writes frequently on the topic of talent development.
Small business are great for the economy. They not only add more capital into the American economy, but they also are...
No matter which public relations firm a client chooses, he or she does so for the betterment of their public image. Public Relations firms include Mark Allen & Company, Ketchum Inc., Vocus and Cornerstone, among many others.
An underwriter also helps estimate the price of the share. Twitter Inc., which recently went public, added Allen & Company and Code Advisors LLC to a list of underwriters that will manage the company’s IPO.
Notable guests in attendance included Susan Harrison, Elena Castaneda, Martha Stewart, Andrew Farkas and Randi Shatz, among others.
In some cases, companies prefer to bring in a professional to help in the recruiting process, like an executive recruiting firm. Dennis Carey of Korn/Ferry International is a leader in the industry, and the author of CEO Succession.
In late January 2013, it was sold by his family, including wife Ethel Allen, and Herbert Allen Sr.’s son, Herbert Allen, who now runs Allen & Company Inc. The apartment was sold for $20 million to an undisclosed party.