The history of labor and management relations is merely the ebb and flow of competition for a finite supply of business resources.
Sandra Day O'Connor has continued her public service through nonprofit endeavors.
M&A transactions are again on the rise. Some may be friendly or begin with an unwelcome advance by a suitor that turns hostile. In all cases, the board of directors plays a critical role.
Lockheed Martin CEO Robert J. Stevens on the intensifying boardroom climate.
Collaboration between union pension funds and the companies in which they invest is paramount.
Although less than 6 percent of the private-company workforce is unionized, unions have a broad impact on employment issues.
Consistent exercise of good business judgment under high pressure requires a disciplined process.
The eighth annual conference addressed the most pressing topics affecting audit committees.
CACI International Chairman Jack P. London's advice on transitioning from battlefield to boardroom service.
Director pay increased between 6 and 8 percent at most companies, finds the 13th annual NACD Director Compensation Report.
NACD's Board Confidence Index rose to 60.6 in the first quarter of 2012, up 13 points from its lowest point in the third quarter of 2011.
The legal implications of current events for directors of pre-IPO and small-cap companies.
The relevant requirements and considerations needed to make disclosure decisions.
A board's selective judgment may be the most important input for a bonus award.
The Delaware Chancery Court recently issued three opinions critical of flaws in advisors' roles in company sale processes.
Shareholder derivatives suits stemming from failed say-on-pay votes typically allege director breach of fiduciary duty and compensation consultants' participation in that breach.
Federal checks and balances affect governance outcomes.
Learning how to utilize leadership and strategy skills within the boardroom.
Increasingly contentious relationships between businesses and activists must be carefully examined.
New York City Comptroller John C. Liu deflects attention from himself by criticizing race and gender disclosures at Goldman Sachs, MetLife.
Lee Stout's A Matter of Simple Justice, E. Norman Veasey and Christine T. Di Guglielmo's Indispensable Counsel: The Chief Legal Officer in the New Reality
The intelligent director has exceptional skill at detecting correlations and patterns.
Debate Continues Over Auditor Independence, Proxy Access Attempts Denied, Yahoo Sues Facebook, more
Shirli M. Billings emphasizes the need for board diversity, meaningful mentors and the ability to ask out-of-the-box questions.
Boards must strike a balance between facilitating fresh ideas and recruiting experienced directors.