Monthly Archives: September 2016

UK Parliament Begins Governance Inquiry

The Business Innovation and Skills Committee of Parliament has begun an inquiry into corporate governance.  It has invited comments on directors duties, executive pay and composition of boards with a list of questions in each category.           In announcing the … Continue reading

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Taking Short-Termism Seriously

September 12, 2016 In a recent blog post on the Conference Board Governance Center’s website, “Activists Are Not the Culprit:  So Don’t Shoot the Messenger,” Charles Nathan argues that criticism of short-termism is simultaneously misguided and hopeless.  We agree with … Continue reading

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