Justice Myron T. Steele reflects on his career, the boardroom, and regulation, and offers some advice to his successor.
The annual lineup of the most influential people in the boardroom and corporate governance.
Proposed standards would expand audit purview and the auditor’s report.
Using representations and warranties insurance to help close deals.
The expression of core organizational values can be a key indicator of a strong tone at the top, as well as an effective way to communicate the behaviors employees are expected to embody and demonstrate.
Prescribing a Cure for What Ails the Free Market
With more than 80 percent of all boards in charge of small-cap companies and the median U.S.-listed security at $450 million, Adam Epstein has found a huge target for the improvement of board governance.
Directors share insights to help map the issues for future boards.
Survey shows investors, opinion elites, and the general public agree on the positive value of CEOs’ involvement in policy debates over certain critical issues.
The updated Internal Control-Integrated Framework helps address how organizations establish and implement their internal controls in today’s evolving environment.
Series of reports offers questions that executives and boards should consider and suggests practical ways to better engage with shareholders in order to encourage them to vote.
While the court held that the Trados directors had not breached their fiduciary duties in selling the company, J. Travis Laster did find that a majority of the seven-member board were conflicted.
It’s that time again—the season to honor board movers and shakers as we look back on another year of change.
Pay rules still a question mark.
The ASU president on the differences between university and corporate governance, and how the “arrogance of ignorance” brought down a colleague.
Directors should consider the following insights into common circumstances involving legal services.
Fueled by higher stock prices, lower interest rates, and cash-heavy balance sheets, corporate deal making has increased from 2008 lows.
What can be done to spur the IPO pipeline?
The prevalence of TSR in performance plans increased from 44 percent in 2011 to nearly 60 percent in 2013.
Has Dodd-Frank changed behavior in the boardroom?
One growing trend in the compensation industry is utilizing benefit restoration plans to augment the cash and equity components of executive compensation.