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The Appearance of Legitimacy: Board Elections

Robert A. G. Monks is asking some fundamental questions on his blog and, at least so far, is responding to comments. That’s a rare phenomenon in the blogosphere. I urge readers to get involved in this dialogue (The Appearance of Reality: Shareholders & Ownership): The process by which directors are chosen is described as an […]

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Pensions for All

A recent brief from the National Institute on Retirement Security, Who Killed the Private Sector DB Plan?, finds the following are the main factors that contributed to the decline in private pension funds: Increased regulation, which has had the unintended consequence of impacting both the cash flow of the firm and volatility of plan funding; […]

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