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  • Apple said that its compensation goal is to encourage long-term results above short-term risk-taking, and the 51-year-old former chief operating officer won't begin to reap the actual benefits of the stock award for another four years.

    The Seattle Times

  • New hires such as Bartz and Apotheker are set up for failure as boards prioritize near-term earnings over long-term risk-taking.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • New hires such as Carol Bartz at Yahoo and Apotheker are set up for failure as boards prioritize near-term earnings over long-term risk-taking.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • Even as regulators clamp down on short-term risk-taking through new laws, investment banks can get hit by their longer-term holdings.

    Reuters: Top News

  • For an indie label such as Transgressive, the idea of risk-taking is a bit of a double-edged sword.

    SXSW 2011: The British labels making it big in Austin

  • By embracing policies that encourage risk-taking, the Federal Reserve has helped ensure generous returns for shareholders—and correspondingly paltry returns for those who can't afford the greater risk.

    The Asset-Allocation Fallacy

  • Partial results of a national referendum suggested the "no" side had gained more than half the votes -- a reflection of enduring anger over the economic havoc wrought by Iceland's risk-taking bankers.

    Iceland Rejects Icesave Debt Deal

  • But as firms begin to disclose last year's bonuses ahead of annual shareholder meetings, it is becoming clear that companies across a wide range of industries are paying executives in ways that officials worry will not discourage the kind of excessive short-term risk-taking that led to the financial crisis.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: April 1, 2010

  • Observers at all ends of the political spectrum recognize the importance of prudent risk-taking.

    Lauren M. Ross: Mistrust and Betrayal: The Far Deeper Costs of the Foreclosure Crisis

  • When based on a foundation of knowledge, hard work, and no small amount of faith, entrepreneurship which means risk-taking is essential for any meaningful economic recovery.

    Lauren M. Ross: Mistrust and Betrayal: The Far Deeper Costs of the Foreclosure Crisis

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