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Can We Really Govern for the Long-Term vs the Quarterly Fixation?

Can We Really Govern for the Long-Term?

Can We Really Govern for the Long-Term vs the Quarterly Fixation? This is Part 3 of my coverage of Directors Forum 2017 in San Diego, which was billed as Directors, Management, & Shareholders in Dialogue. I was also hoping to learn more about President Donald J. Trump and how his administration might impact corporate governance. See Part I and Part 2. As […]

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Directors Forum 2014: Afternoon Sessions

Below are notes I took during the afternoon sessions at the Corporate Directors Forum 2014, held on the beautiful campus of the University of San Diego, January 26-28, 2014. This year, I was only able to attend on January 27th. The program was subject to the Chatham House Rule, so there will be little in the way of attribution below […]

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Eric Jackson on Creating a Corporate Governance Spring

In 13 Tips for Starting An Arab Spring in Corporate America (Forbes, 9/26/2011), Eric Jackson of Ironfire Capital explains how he shook up Yahoo! in 2007 as a 100 shareowner activist. Read the highlights here; then read the original. Come up with a plan that other shareholders — especially the institutional shareholders — are going […]

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