Archive for October, 2012


October 29, 2012


The recent reports of the ongoing abuses of power within various public housing authorities throughout the state provides demonstrable evidence of the failure of state and federal government to properly oversee an extraordinarily important program.  The blame game associated with

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October 26, 2012


Just a few weeks ago Flipboard CEO Mike McCue resigned from Twitter’s Board of Directors.   Following his resignation, McCue gave an interview to The Daily Telegraph expressing his concern about the future of the social media giant. As a well-known

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October 22, 2012


Public company corporate governance practices have garnered significant attention over the past decade. However, only as of late has serious attention been directed to the practice of having one individual serve as both a company’s chief executive officer and chair

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October 15, 2012


A perk of serving as a corporate board member is the ability to engage in business development with fellow directors, and maybe even the organization itself.  Many believe this is reserved only for non-profit boards, but it actually happens at

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October 8, 2012


Traditionally, the role of risk management in a business setting is delegated to executive management.  It is their responsibility to manage a company’s risk by ensuring that appropriate policies/procedures are in place and executed in accordance with selected performance goals

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October 1, 2012


In the opinion of Bank of America, after January 1, 2015, their shareholders and customers are no longer entitled to appropriate standards of good governance.  As part of BofA’s recently announced settlement with its shareholders over the disastrous merger with

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