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Replacing Board Members - Elephant In The Room

Video Friday: Replacing Board Members

As I reported in Replacing Board Members: The Elephant in the Room, SVDX and Stanford University’s Rock Center put on another great event last week that just about packed the house! These events are always top notch. A few nibbles and coffee or tea for breakfast, excellent company and a great program — what more could you want on third […]

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Ira Millstein

Video Friday: Ira Millstein on Corporate Governance

The Open Mind: Corporate Governance a decade later Although taped on 4/20/2006, this interview with Ira Millstein, Senior Partner, Weil, Gotshal & Manges, was not posted to YouTube until this month. Millstein discusses corporations, corruption, and regulation.  Listen and learn about changes that have been made and some of what remains to be done. In […]

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Investment Company Institute

Video Friday: Investment Company Institute’s Focus on Funds

I stumbled on an interesting series of videos from the Investment Company Institute, which bills itself as “a leading global association of regulated funds, including mutual funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), closed-end funds, and unit investment trusts (UITs) in the United States and similar funds offered to investors in jurisdictions worldwide.” Of course these funds have a […]

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the engagement pyramid

Video Friday: Triple Feature on Shareholder Engagement

Engagement is, or should be, the common theme of our three videos. CalPERS argues it gives them a seat at the table. Professor Damodaran extols the importance of engagement as a possibility. As a shareholder, what avenues are open? In Davos, I think they looked through the wrong lens. Instead of engagement, they focused on an […]

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A VC’s Role on Boards & Director’s College

The role of VCs on private boards and their boardroom role in the IPO process are the stuff of Silicon Valley legend. The real story of VCs in boardrooms — when they first take a seat at the table to when they eventually leave the room — needs to be told. We’ll help set the […]

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Tax Avoiding Brands with Subsidiaries in Luxembourg

Tax Avoidance with Subsidiaries in Luxembourg

More than 80 reporters from 26 countries sifted through up to 1,000 leaked documents and collaborated across borders to tell the Luxembourg Leaks story on multiple platforms. But one of the main difficulties reporters faced was translating the complexity of the financial arrangements laid out in the leaked documents to language and examples that a broad audience could understand. The animation below, Luxembourg […]

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Minow on Why Business Is Hollywood's Go-To Villain

Nell Minow, who is known as both the Movie Mom and the queen of corporate governance, reviews the portrayal of business at the movies in 2010. Corporations and their leaders are seldom cast as movie heroes. But in the movies of 2010, whether you were at the multiplex or the art house, the go-to bad […]

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Video Friday: Pattanik on India, Chevron's "We Agree" Campaign

Devdutt Pattanaik takes an eye-opening look at the myths of India and of the West — and shows how these two fundamentally different sets of beliefs about God, death and heaven help us consistently misunderstand one another. Chevron’s “We Agree” Ad Campaign Environmental and human rights activists have revealed the various leaks that permitted them […]

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In Search of the Good Corporate Citizen

Winner of a 2010 Telly Award as an outstanding video production and the winner of a 2010 WorldFest-Houston Award, this outstanding video takes viewers beyond the pressures involved in hitting the numbers to show how the best business leaders steer companies through tough ethical challenges. The show weaves together expert panel discussions, personal accounts from […]

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