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    Whatever happened to proxy access?

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    Prescribing a Cure for What Ails the Free Market

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    The much-needed transformation of the Information Economy will not come from unions or government but from ordinary people acting as free economic agents.

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    Directors seeking ways companies can better leverage their products and services through the use of IT might suggest that key managers look into NITRD programs to see what free tools and insights they may have to offer the private sector.

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    What has—and hasn’t—happened in the three years since passage of the landmark legislation.

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    The federal government is taking actions to help defend corporations from cyber attacks.

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    The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 is sure to prompt more tax discussions in the boardroom.

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    Musical chairs put Congress in middle ground, agencies at edge.

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    Pending rules and regulations may limit corporate leaders’ take-home pay.

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    If the crash that resounded 25 years ago showed the fragility of capitalism, NACD’s recognition of Juanita Kreps, past secretary of commerce, as the Director of the Year, showed its strength.

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    The November elections will have a tremendous impact on the future of the Dodd-Frank Act’s pending and implemented measures. In his State of the Union address this year, President Obama characterized  Dodd-Frank as entrepreneurial and family-friendly. By contrast, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney called the law a “behemoth that’s going to be followed by thousands and thousands of pages of new regulations.” Members of the 112th Congress are using similar rhetoric this fall on the job and on the campaign trail.

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    Tax reduction, deregulation to dominate, while financial risk oversight and political spending remain wild cards.

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    The “conscious capitalism” movement challenges business leaders and stakeholders to rediscover their companies’ true purpose and create long-term wealth for investors.

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    Although less than 6 percent of the private-company workforce is unionized, unions have a broad impact on employment issues.

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    Federal checks and balances affect governance outcomes.

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    A comprehensive overview of the various terms and abbreviations directors may encounter when interpreting financial statements.

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    The SEC has moved on to the more complex and distant issues within the Dodd-Frank Act.

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    A number of recent NACD chapter programs highlighted the importance of the Global Reporting Initiative to help serve investor’s sustainability interests.

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    Compensation, conflict minerals and whistleblowing are the hot topics of the new year in Washington.

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