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    1. Jonathan Bush: Running a Company with an Activist Investor is Like Having a 'Gun to Your Head'

      Jonathan Bush: Running a Company with an Activist Investor is Like Having a 'Gun to Your Head'

      Athenahealth co-founder and former CEO Jonathan Bush called out activist investment firm Elliott Management for its role in influencing the sale of the company during an interview with CNBC 's "Squawk on the Street" Dec. 12. In May 2017, about a year before athenahealth's decision to sell itself, Elliott purchased a 9.2 percent stake in the company...

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    2. Soul-Searching is in Order for Nissan's Board After Ghosn Allegations, Governance Experts Say

      Soul-Searching is in Order for Nissan's Board After Ghosn Allegations, Governance Experts Say

      Turmoil at Japan's Nissan Motor surrounding allegations of impropriety by ousted chairman Carlos Ghosn raises questions about the oversight role of the company's board of directors, corporate governance experts said this week. Ghosn, long seen as a superstar of the global auto industry, was arrested last month after allegedly under reporting compensation and misusing assets...

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    3. Protege of Carl Icahn: Invest for Long Term Leave Trading to Computers

      Protege of Carl Icahn: Invest for Long Term Leave Trading to Computers

      Keith Meister, founder of Corvex Management, advises stock investors in these tumultuous times to "do what you do really well." "Everyone has different skill sets," said Meister, formerly CEO of billionaire Carl Icahn 's investment firm. "There's people who are going to make a lot of money trading the market [short term]. There's people who are going to make a lot of money having duration" — investing for the long term...

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    4. Quotas are a Terrible Way to Promote Board Diversity. Companies Should Do This Instead

      Quotas are a Terrible Way to Promote Board Diversity. Companies Should Do This Instead

      The just-concluded 2018 elections have been referred to as a new " year of the woman ," as nearly 25% of all members of the next Congress will be female. That puts Congress one point ahead of S&P 500 boardrooms, where 24% of all corporate directors are women . Neither number is impressive — and the pace of change remains glacially slow...

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    5. Carlos Ghosn's Legal Woes Highlight Governance Failings in Japan

      Carlos Ghosn's Legal Woes Highlight Governance Failings in Japan

      One of the biggest mysteries surrounding the arrest of Nissan's former chairman Carlos Ghosn is over how he allegedly could have underreported his income by millions of dollars for years and why the company is going after the suspected wrongdoing now. Ghosn, who headed the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Motors auto alliance, was arrested November 19 on suspicion he underreported his income by USD 44 million over five years, or about half of what he was really making...

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    6. Can California’s New Boardroom Diversity Law Withstand Courtroom Backlash?

      Can California’s New Boardroom Diversity Law Withstand Courtroom Backlash?

      When Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law a measure that made California the first state to require public companies to add women to their boards of directors, he professed himself undeterred by its potentially fatal legal flaws. “It’s high time corporate boards include the people who constitute more than half the ‘persons’ in America,” he wrote in a Sept. 30 signing statement about Senate Bill 826...

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    7. Starbucks is Doing Better Than Ever After Howard Schultz

      Starbucks is Doing Better Than Ever After Howard Schultz

      This year has been filled with transition and turmoil at Starbucks. But don't tell that to Wall Street. Despite negative publicity in 2018 that stemmed from the arrests of two black customers in a Philadelphia store in April, worries about more competition from Dunkin' and McDonald's and the retirement of its iconic leader Howard Schultz, shares of Starbucks are up more than 15% this year and are not far from an all-time high...

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    8. Microsoft's Surprising Comeback Over Apple is the Outcome of Two New CEOs With Radically Different Gameplans

      Microsoft's Surprising Comeback Over Apple is the Outcome of Two New CEOs With Radically Different Gameplans
      • Microsoft briefly overtook Apple this week as the world's most valuable company.
      • The development speaks volumes about investors' faith in the respective companies' futures and the leaders driving each company there.
      • While Tim Cook has demonstrated that he's a great manager for Apple, he's repeatedly shown he's "not a product person," and he's left shareholders wondering about the company's next act....
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    9. Ghosn’s a Victim of the Nissan World He Made

      Ghosn’s a Victim of the Nissan World He Made

      (Bloomberg Opinion) -- You reap what you sow. As the auto world makes sense of Carlos Ghosn’s sudden fall from grace at Nissan Motor Co., one thing is clear: The legendary executive was a victim of dismal corporate governance at the company he sat atop for decades. Allegations against Ghosn include under-reporting his income in securities filings and making personal use of company assets...

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    10. Explainer: What Misconduct is Nissan's Ghosn Accused Of, and How did it Come to Light?

      Explainer: What Misconduct is Nissan's Ghosn Accused Of, and How did it Come to Light?

      Japan was shocked by news that Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn, who was widely respected for rescuing the car maker from near bankruptcy, was arrested on Monday for alleged financial misconduct. Nissan said that Ghosn, who is also chairman and CEO of Renault and chairman of Mitsubishi Motors, would be fired from his post as Nissan chairman on Thursday...

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    11. Why the California Women on Boards Law is Flawed

      Why the California Women on Boards Law is Flawed

      On Oct. 1, I woke up to the news that diversity is now a mandate. Gov. Jerry Brown had just signed a bill requiring all publicly traded companies headquartered in California to have at least one woman on their boards of directors by the end of 2019; boards with six or more directors will need to have three women by the end of 2021. On one hand, I wanted to celebrate the new law...

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