Headlines

Current headlines

See headlines in {{ chapterInfo.name }}
Post Your Own Class Note

18 November Monday

November 14th, 2002

n/a

Library News: Balance Sheets and Income Statements

November 14th, 2002

Balance sheets and income statements for individual U.S.

The Cover Letter: Perception versus Reality

November 14th, 2002

How You See Yourself How a Recruiter Sees YouWell-Educated Can't WriteHighly Qualified Can't SpellIdeal Candidate Can't Work HereTo get help with your

Forté Forum -- The MBA Value Proposition

November 14th, 2002

Prospective women MBA students learned more about opportunities in business careers and business education at the Forté Forum on November 12 at Credit Suisse First Boston in New York.

Yale MBA Women's Summit

November 14th, 2002

Thank you to all of our students, faculty, alumnae, and staff who helped make the Yale MBA Women's Summit 2002 a tremendous success. A distinguished group of Yale alumnae addressed over 300 women at this standing-room only event, to talk about Leadership in Business & Society Today: A Personal View.

Attention SIG Leaders

November 14th, 2002

Event Clean-up Expectations

Alumni Speaker Series

November 14th, 2002

Robert Sager '80 MPPM Philanthropist & President, Gordon Brothers Monday, November 18 Alexander "Hap" Ellis III '79 MBA Partner, Rockport Capital Partners Wednesday, November 20 Edward J. McKinley '79 MPPM Partner and Senior Advisor, Warburg Pincus Thursday, November 21

Log out of Public Workstations

November 14th, 2002

It would appear several students have been in the habit of leaving the keys in the car with the engine running.

Virus Reminder

November 14th, 2002

As you prepare to leave SOM for the Thanksgiving break, I remind you of the following three items to help ensure you have an uninterrupted computing experience.

Regulatory Competition Among Accounting Standards Within and Across International Boundaries

November 14th, 2002

Most financial reporting jurisdictions across the world allow a local monopoly in financial reporting standards for publicly held corporations. In the United States, for example, the statutory authority over these standards is vested in the Securities and Exchange Commission, who delegates the task of writing standards to the Financial Accounting Standards Board, retaining an oversight function for itself. In some countries these standards are specified through statutes in varying levels of detail. Few countries permit their corporations to choose among two or more sets of competing standards; monopoly is the reigning norm.

Pages