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Seven private company boards were honored for their business governance excellence at the 2021 Private Company Governance Summit June 9-11, live online.
After a year of crises and disruption, it might seem like a relief to close the books on 2020 and pretend the nightmares of a global pandemic, social unrest and economic upheaval never happened.
In her early years as CEO of Midmark Corporation, a Dayton, Ohio-based global manufacturer and supplier of medical, dental and veterinary equipment and services, Anne Eiting Klamar would set goals
The Year of Climate Governance: There are real steps private company boards can take in a year that may be the tipping point for the environment.
This could be the year of reckoning for climate change as politicians, investors and stakeholders-at-large are pushing for big change.
The Importance of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion on Private Company Boards: Oversight and culture can steer board efforts.
As demographics in the United States become increasingly diverse, forward-thinking boards are determining ways to achieve more diversity of background, experience and thought in the boardroom.
After a challenging 2020, most companies’ leadership and boards are immersed in and fully occupied with the near-term performance of the business.
Like most family businesses, Hussey Seating had a long history of family members serving as our CEO and board chair.
In the summer of 2020, Gallup polled Americans on their confidence in U.S. institutions and, unsurprisingly, the poll showed Americans lacked confidence in almost every one.
Kathleen A. Corbet
Founder & Principal, Cross Ridge Capital LLC
New Canaan, CT