1. Throwing Out Insiders Won't Fix Corporate Boards

    Throwing Out Insiders Won't Fix Corporate Boards

    Enron had quite an impressive board of directors. The 17-member group was almost certainly too big, but beyond that it met or exceeded most modern criteria for good corporate governance: company insiders were a tiny minority; the jobs of chairman and CEO were separated; the key role of audit committee chairman was held by a respected outsider who presumably understood accounting (at least, he taught it at Stanford). What could possibly go wrong? There's little or no evidence that the modern crit

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