Archive for May, 2013

Certainly, the biggest story to emerge to date from this year’s Proxy Season – the time when most public companies hold their annual meeting, is Jamie Dimon’s victory allowing him to continue to hold on as both CEO and chair

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The smoke has now cleared from Jamie Dimon’s dramatic victory at JPMorgan’s Annual Meeting.  It may, however, turn out to be a short-lived victory for the Wall Street icon, as well as for the many imperial CEOs of public companies

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The topic of boardroom diversity is a constant in the world of corporate governance.  Indeed, I myself have written about it on several occasions.  The attention of course, is justified.  The lack of gender diversity amongst the boards of public,

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New directors (whether it is for a non-profit, private or public company) often take 1 of 2 approaches when it comes to their board service.  Either they enter the boardroom with a “take no prisoners” approach or they take the

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As with most things in life, corporate governance goes through trends.  Following the Enron debacle and the enactment of Sarbanes-Oxley, the buzz was all about audit committees.  Do you have one?  Who is on your audit committee?  How often does

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