Peter Day asks what’s wrong with corporate governance. Business leaders make a lot of fuss about corporate governance, but the scandals keep on coming. In this programme, Peter Day hears from some leading authorities who makes several observations concerning nonexecutive directors, ownerless corporations, and the need for shareowners to sit on the nominations committees, a stewardship proposal for shareowners, and ratcheting CEO pay even when a company isn’t paying the cost of its capital. The program, entitled Bad Company, hit a number of topics quite squarely. Well worth a listen.