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Employee Ownership

Employee Ownership: Comments on SEC HCM Petitions

Employee ownership has a huge potential to improve firm performance, reduce layoffs, improve employee compensation and benefits, boost median household wealth, foster longer median job tenure, and reduce racial and gender wealth gaps. It also has a long history of bipartisan support. The benefits of employee ownership are wasted when too heavily concentrated on CEOs, […]

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4 March 2022 Site Maintenance

4 March 2022 Site Maintenance Notes

4 March 2022: Academic Definitions I added Bob Tricker’s new definition to a Library page on defining corporate governance. Corporate governance describes the way trust is shown, power exercised, and accountability achieved in corporate entities, for the benefit of their members, other stakeholders, and society. (Bob Tricker, The Future of Corporate Governance: A Personal Odyssey, 2022) […]

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2013 Millstein Forum: Dual-Class Structures, Pro and Con

Sorry to be late and abbreviated in getting out my coverage of this great forum. Be sure to check out the Forum’s photo gallery, which contains many more and much better shots than what I took between notes and conversations. The second panel discussed the growing issue of dual-class stock structures. While there was considerable […]

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