Posts tagged corporate governance best practices

Welcome to boardprospects.com Version 2.0!  We at BoardProspects are excited to bring you what we believe is the future of corporate governance.  Version 2.0 provides a platform through which board members and prospective board members can view and share the

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July 30, 2012


By now, most of the business world is familiar with the growing scandal at the British bank, Barclays PLC.  Although the story continues to unravel, it began a little over a month ago after it was disclosed that Barclays had

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In the last of my 3 part blog about last week’s Annual Meeting of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals in D.C., I want to bring up a very interesting discussion that took place during one of the “break-out sessions”.  This

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We may not ever know the real story, but Duke Energy Corp. (NYSE) placed the topics of corporate governance best practices and boardroom ethics back in the headlines this week after a bizarre turn of events that left analysts and

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“So the new thing in Silicon Valley appears to be for public companies to be run as private ones without significant input from boards and shareholders.”  This is the conclusion that Stephen Davidoff draws from his recent article “In Silicon

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There is a common phrase in the non-profit board member recruitment world:  ”Time, Talent and Treasure” — a reference to the 3 most sought-after board of directors qualifications when looking for new board members.  I agree with the first 2

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