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Unfortunately, I got sick in New York, so missed the entire second day of ICGN 2013. Several weeks later, I am still recovering and am way behind in my other work, so any real comments I have on the conference will be long delayed. In the meantime, here are a few selected tweets.
They aren’t in order. Some may be retweets. Nothing guaranteed here re authenticity or links that work but I found them interesting and hope you will as well. I’ve edited out some duplicates but some may remain. It was a great program. Continue Reading →
Eliot Spitzer, the former “Sheriff of Wall Street” as New York Attorney General, would bring unprecedented visibility and creativity to the role of New York City Comptroller. He wants to re-envision the Comptroller’s, just as he did the Attorney General’s. I believe he will.
In a recent interview, Spitzer said the Comptroller is “a significant player in terms of the pension funds and how those shares are voted. And when I speak with folks about corporate governance, the missing link in all of this has been ownership.” (What Spitzer might be up to as NYC comptroller, 7/10/2013) Continue Reading →