The Conference Board


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The Conference Board

A networking and informational organization for corporate management. Based in the New York, over 1,000 corporations are members and more than 10,000 executives attend its events annually. In addition to its numerous events, it publishes information on market trends, economic trends, and provides other research services related to corporate management to its members. It is a registered not-for-profit organization in the United States. See also: 501(c)(3)
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The Conference Board is an independent business membership and research association.
The Conference Board will be able to draw on the expertise of SNCR's Fellows, a global network of futurists, analysts, scholars, business leaders, marketers and communicators, technologists and media representatives from around the globe, to engage its members in an ongoing dialogue on corporate communication issues and consolidate its thought leadership in the field.
The Conference Board concluded, "The continued widespread growth in the leading and coincident indexes suggests that economic growth is likely to persist at a moderate to strong pace in the near term.
for its long-shelf-life milk, "had abandoned a sound expansion strategy for an obscure and misleading financial scheme that preserved the controlling power of the founder's family," The Conference Board found.
According to the Conference Board, the number of visible minorities in Canada doubled between 1986 and 1996, but they continue to be under-represented in key leadership positions in Canadian institutions.
The Conference Board launched its index on a bimonthly basis in 1967 and expanded it to a monthly series in 1977.
Founded in 1993 and now a core division of The Conference Board, the Governance Center is committed to helping corporations enhance their governance processes, inspire market confidence, and facilitate capital formation in today's globally competitive marketplace through cutting edge research and public dialogue.
The Conference Board Coincident Economic Index[R] (CEI) for India, which measures current economic activity, increased 4.
The Conference Board defines ERM as a framework, instituted by a firm's board of directors and management, that is applied strategically and across the enterprise.
4 billion by 2006 if the Canadian dollar stabilizes, according to a report by the Conference Board.
The Conference Board, one of the world's leading business networks, has signed a 15-year lease renewal for 50,000 square feet of space at 845 Third Avenue, between 51st and 52nd Streets.
NEW YORK -- James Lee Witt, Chairman and CEO of James Lee Witt Associates, a part of GlobalOptions Group (OTCBB:GLOI) and former director of FEMA, will share his 25 years of emergency management experience in his presentation, "Turning Crisis into Triumph: Corporate Responses," at The Conference Board Corporate Security, Business Continuity and Crisis Management Conference to be held October 31st - November 1st at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York.