Netflix loves to tout its culture of avoiding rules and minimizing corporate red tape. But of course, the company does have operating guidelines, famously detailed in the Netflix Culture document posted on its website. Co-founder Reed Hastings even wrote a 2020 book elaborating on the principles, titled “No Rules Rules: Netflix and the Culture of Reinvention.”Netflix Updates Corporate Culture Memo, Adding Anti-Censorship Section and a Vow to ‘Spend Our Members’ Money Wisely’
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As long-term readers of Wall Street On Parade know well, we have regularly warned that the failure of Congress to meaningfully reform Wall Street by restoring the Glass-Steagall Act poses a national security threat to our nation in times of crisis.Global Megabanks Are Tanking – The Same Ones the Fed Bailed Out in 2019
“This type of revolving-door behavior should be prohibited for military officials to serve in a private capacity representing military contractors,” said one consumer advocate.New Reporting Details Corporate Media’s War Industry Pundits
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The audit requirement, established in 2002, has been applicable to all foreign companies that seek to issue public stocks in the US. According to the SEC, China and Hong Kong are the only country or territory that house companies refusing to abide by the rules.