A desire to participate in corporate strategy decisions at the highest level led Mark Okerstrom first into corporate law, at London firm Freshfields; then to investment banking at UBS; then to Bain Consulting; and then to his current role as CFO and executive vice president of Expedia. The $3.5 billion online travel company was once a unit of media mogul Barry Diller’s IAC/InterActiveCorp, and Diller still holds sway as its chairman.
Following a year where companies were targeted in breaches that compromised personal information of more than half of the U.S. population, regulators are moving away from voluntary cybersecurity compliance to comprehensive regulation and enforcement.
Plaintiffs firm Butler Wooten & Peak announced the settlement for two personal injury cases involving a tree service truck accident that were nearing a court date.
Progress on diversity is slowed by the lack of turnover on corporate boards.
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