Thursday, July 17, 2008

What is the Sarbanes Oxley law ?

In the United States, the 2002 law on accounting reform of listed companies and investor protection is a federal law imposing new rules on accounting and financial transparency. It follows the various financial scandals revealed in the country at the beginning of 2000, including those of Enron and Worldcom. The text is commonly known as Sarbanes-Oxley, named after its sponsors Senators Paul Sarbanes and Mike Oxley. The name can be abbreviated as SOX, Sarbox, or SOA.

Sunday, June 08, 2008

Who will win the race for the White House ? Ask Google trends

Google trends is a wonderful tool to compare what people search on the web... Here as you can see people are very intersted in Barack Obama... Does it mean he will win the race for The White House... Probably not or probably...

"john mccain" "hilary clinton" "barack obama"
what is amuzing too are the results by cities :
1. Washington, DC, USA

2. Phoenix, AZ, USA

3. Columbus, OH, USA

4. Reston, VA, USA

5. Raleigh, NC, USA

6. Cincinnati, OH, USA

7. St Louis, MO, USA

8. Austin, TX, USA

9. Atlanta, GA, USA

10. Philadelphia, PA, USA