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SEC’s Authority at Risk?

The United States Constitution was written on 4 pages in 1787. Now there are  over 80,000 pages of regulations in the Federal Registry. In a time mired by fraud, waste, abuse, and corruption, in both the public and private sectors, an article by the Business Integrity Alliance argues that corporate directors who set (more…)

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The Board’s Role in Safeguarding Reputation

There is a good reason why Warren Buffett wrote in a recent memo to Berkshire Hathaway managers, The priority is that all of us continue to zealously guard Berkshire’s reputation. We can afford to lose money – even a lot of money. But we can’t afford to lose reputation – even a shred of reputation. […]

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