Corporate bylaws are the most important corporate document because they contain the rules that govern the internal workings of a corporation.
Bylaws typically state the rights, duties and liabilities of the members of the corporation, as well as the rules relating to transferring and selling shares.
Bylaws also typically contain terms related to the duties of the board of directors and corporate officers of a corporation.
The bylaws may be amended later by the board of directors according to the procedures and voting rules set forth in the articles of incorporation or certificate of incorporation.
A majority vote or supermajority vote of all shareholders may be required to amend the bylaws.
This page lists the largest annual and quarterly earnings and losses in corporate history.
In general terms the oil and gas industry is the one generating both largest annual and quarterly earnings.
In contrast, both the annual and quarterly losses are more distributed across industries.
Telecommunications and financial services, however, are represented quite often on the lists of largest losses.
3E Company Environmental Ecological & Engineering ("3E") is committed to maintaining the highest standards of business conduct and ethics.
This Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (the "Code") reflects the business practices and principles of behavior that support this commitment.
3E expects every employee, officer and director to read and understand the Code and its application to the performance of his or her business responsibilities.
References in the Code to employees are intended to cover officers and, as applicable, directors.
Officers, managers and other supervisors are expected to develop in employees a sense of commitment to the spirit, as well as the letter, of the Code.