Corporate Lobbying & Financial Performance?

Answer Corporate lobbying in the U.S. generally has been found to improve a corporation's financial performance. The relationship is subject to empirical tracking due to the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 199... Read More »

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Corporate Reputation and Sustained Superior Financial Performance?

Corporate reputation and sustained superior financial performance complement each other. Financial performance is one of the factors that influence corporate reputation. Reversing the relationship,... Read More »

Corporate Financial Objectives?

Corporate financial objectives involve financial planning and setting goals that the company intends to achieve in order to meet its financial needs and increase shareholder value. Financial planni... Read More »

Corporate Financial Policy?

Corporate financial policy determines how the corporation will invest its funds (the investment decision), how the corporation will obtain money to purchase assets (the financing decision), and wha... Read More »

Key Components of Corporate Financial Systems?

Corporate financial systems help senior executives make good on their promises of sound record-keeping and timely financial reporting. Top leadership understands that these systems inevitably have ... Read More »