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    1. Dragas on Board: The Rector who wouldn't go

      Dragas on Board: The Rector who wouldn't go

      Fear, distrust, sadness, anger. Welcome back to the University of Virginia. If you spent the summer on a desert island with no internet, you are in for a surprise. This isn't the same UVA you left at the end of last semester, and the storm didn't stop raging with the June 26 reinstatement of President Teresa Sullivan. "We are still in the middle of a crisis," visiting UVA Economics Professor Ed ...

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    2. Corporate Governance Failures And FCPA Violations

      Corporate Governance Failures And FCPA Violations

      Whenever I read about the latest enforcement action – whether it is FCPA, export controls and sanctions, health care fraud, off-label marketing, or False Claims Act – my first question is always what role, if any, did the board of directors’ play in the compliance failure? The buck starts and stops with the board of directors.  Compliance meltdowns do not occur unless the board is complicit by action or inaction.  If a board fails to exercise its duty of oversight, it is likely that officers and

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      Mentions: Shareholders
    3. As a small shareholder, your path to a company's board is blocked

      Navin Pandya wanted to join the Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) board as a representative of minority shareholders and had even sent letters to the company stating the provision for this under the Companies Act, 1956. Since his demand was rejected by the board, Pandya, a former junior officer in the company, raised the issue in the annual general meeting held last week.

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    4. Corporate Board Member Holds IT Risk Event for Boards of Directors

      NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In response to increasing concerns over risks related to cyber security and IT strategy, Corporate Board Member, an NYSE Euronext Company, will hold a new event for corporate directors and general counsel. The Board IT Challenge: Oversight of Cloud, Cyber Risk & Social Media conference will be held on October 18 at the InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile. The ...

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    5. Executive pay clawbacks: Just a shareholder pacifier?

      August 16, 2012: 9:28 AM ET Like the prospect of criminal prosecution, clawbacks can seem less like a real threat and more like a sop to public clamor for tangible punishment. By Elizabeth G. Olson FORTUNE -- As much as the disgruntled investing public would like to see dodgy executives thrown in jail, they may have to settle for the slower, but still painful, method of letting corporate boards wrest cash and stock from the wrongdoers. Once a

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      Mentions: Dodd-Frank
    6. Council of Microfinance Equity Funds Issues New Guidelines for Corporate

      /PRNewswire/ -- The Council of Microfinance Equity Funds (CMEF), a membership organization of leading microfinance equity investors, today announced the release of a new, enhanced version of its corporate governance manual, "The Practice of Corporate Governance in Microfinance Institutions." Given the importance of good governance to the microfinance industry, the CMEF's "Governance Guidelines," first released in 2005, have recently been updated and expanded to include more in-depth discussions

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    7. Dubai Holding enhances board structure at Jumeirah Group

      Dubai Holding enhances board structure at Jumeirah Group

      Dubai Holding, the global investment holding company, today announced an enhanced board of directors at Jumeirah Group (Jumeirah), its global luxury hospitality arm, aimed at strengthening its corporate governance. Jumeirah's board structure now comprises an independent non-executive chairman, two non-executive directors and two executive directors. These appointments become effective from September 1, 2012. Stephen Murphy, former Group CE

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    8. Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co. Updates Corporate Governance Practices and

      LOS ANGELES, Aug 14, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co. announced today that its Board of Directors has updated its Principles of Corporate Governance and strengthened the role of its independent Lead Director. In its first meeting following Reliance's Annual Meeting of Shareholders, the Nominating and Governance Committee of the Board of Directors recommended that the Principles of Corporate Governance be updated to enhance the independent Lead Director's role. This recommend

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      Mentions: Shareholders
    9. Current Trends in Corporate Governance

      Current Trends in Corporate Governance

      Corporate governance is the most important predictor of compliance.  This may sound obvious but corporate boards move slowly.  In many cases, corporate boards move way too slowly. Corporate failures usually rest on missteps and omissions by corporate leaders.  It is a rare case for a company to have a board that is forward-looking and in front of the curve. In the last ten years, there has been a revolution in corporate governance.  Starting with Sarbanes-Oxley and ending with Dodd-Frank, this l

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      Mentions: Dodd-Frank
    10. Quality Systems, Inc. Writes Open Letter to Shareholders Underlining Board

      )--Quality Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:QSII) announced today that it had written an open letter to all shareholders ahead of the upcoming annual meeting of shareholders on August 16, 2012, urging them to vote in support of the company’s slate of highly qualified and experienced nominees. In the letter, Quality Systems underlines the company’s nominee’s relevant experience, history of strong shareholder returns and forward-looking plans to navigate the company through the rapidly evolving healthcare in

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    11. Sir David has chance to make his mark with corporate governance

      Sir David has chance to make his mark with corporate governance

      There seems little radical in appointing an individual who truly does deserve the much over used monicker of City grandee. Most people assume Sir David will be playing the steadying-hand role, organising the orderly recruitment of Bob Diamond’s replacement and keeping the chairman’s seat warm for a slightly younger, slightly less grand replacement in a couple of years time. But Sir David’s appointment could deliver some far reaching changes. Barclays has specific problems that need fixing but Si

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    12. When Companies Need Investor Intervention

      Such principles apply to the relationship between shareholders and those who are charged with the responsibility of being good stewards of the companies that shareholders have ploughed their money into: corporate managements and boards. When corporate managements and boards become addicted to power, they take advantage of shareholders over and over, even when it's clear they're behaving in ways that destroy shareholder value. Putting a stop to such behavior requires the will power to quit enabli

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    13. Forest Laboratories Responds to False and Misleading Statements by Carl Icahn

      NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Forest Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE: FRX) (“Forest”) today issued the following open letter to all Forest shareholders. Forest’s Board of Directors continues to recommend that shareholders vote for all 10 of the Company’s highly qualified director nominees on the WHITE proxy card. For information about Forest’s 2012 Annual Meeting of Shareholders, please visit: www ...

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    14. New paper: Rethink reporting obligations for corporate lawyers

      New paper: Rethink reporting obligations for corporate lawyers

      Corporate guru Stephen Bainbridge of UCLA School of Law does not doubt the good intentions of the Sarbanes-Oxley provision that calls for corporate lawyers to report wrongdoing, nor of the Securities Exchange Commission regulation that codified the provision. Everyone hoped that when the SEC required outside counsel to report evidence of a material violation to the client's top legal officer or CEO, these new responsibilities would remind lawyers that their client is the corporation, not managem

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