Archive | September, 2004

September 2004

Losing? Change the Rules That appears to be the thinking of Sparton Corporation (SPA). The electronics-manufacturing company held a special meeting on 9/24/04 but when it didn’t get the results it wanted, they decided to abruptly adjourn and postpone the vote for three weeks “to permit the balance of unvoted shareowners to express their votes.” […]

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The Recurrent Crisis in Corporate Governance

 The Recurrent Crisis in Corporate Governance pushes the edge of mainstream thought in this growing discipline. Authors Paul W. MacAvoy and Ira M. Millstein, giants in the field, have well deserved reputations as practitioners and scholars. This thin volume will quickly guide the course for progressive board members concerned with building solid companies, rather than […]

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