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As the market is heating up for attracting and retaining diverse and talented directors, private companies are reviewing th
The pressure on companies to enact ESG (environmental, social and governance) plans has come from all sides: investors, sta
After an arduous 2020, many boards have been able to turn their focus from crisis management to recovery.
A 15-month shakeup changed the rules of engagement.
For publicly traded companies, the board’s primary responsibility is often defined as the hiring and firing of the CEO.
Meghan Juday was appointed chairman of IDEAL Industries in February 2020.
MacLean-Fogg has annual revenues of more than $1 billion and a professional, majority independent fiduciary board, but ther
Strong corporate governance can steady any company, whether a 160-year-old agribusiness or a 16-year-old bank.

April 2015

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CFOs dissatisfied with approach to budgeting

​According to a recent study by Grant Thornton LLP and the American Productivity and Quality Center (APQC), the majority of financial executives are dissatisfied with the way their organizations have handled their annual budgeting process.

Executive Compensation: Trends in Annual and Long-Term Incentive Plan Design

With Say on Pay here to stay and the spotlight remaining on executive compensation, companies continue to look for ways to improve their incentive compensation programs each year, in order to better align executives with key business objectives and long-term shareholder value creation. This ClearBridge 100 Report provides a comprehensive look at trends in both annual and long-term incentive plan design.

LoJack Corporation appoints Alan L. Bazaar to board of directors

LoJack Corporation, a provider of safety, security and protection for an ever-growing range of valuable assets and people, has appointed Alan L. Bazaar to its board of directors, under the agreement with Engine Capital LP, according to a GSN Magazine report.

Bazaar, 44, is chief executive officer of Hollow Brook Wealth Management in New York Citym and chairman of the board of directors of the NYSE-traded Wireless Telecom Group, Inc.

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