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    2. Board Directors Should Be Paid Only in Equity

      Board Directors Should Be Paid Only in Equity
      When a corporate scandal breaks like the recent one at Wells Fargo or earlier ones at Lehman, Enron, or Qwest the question is always raised: what was the board of directors doing while the managers in these companies were involved in such unprofessional behavior? The answer is that, like most of us, directors respond to incentives. And my research suggests that those incentives need to change.
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    3. Private sector: How much control could the government exert in private sector entities? - The Economic Times

      Private sector: How much control could the government exert in private sector entities? - The Economic Times
      How much control could the government exert in private sector entities? By The Centres holding in the private sector is a treasure trove. Company Summary Charts Valuation Peer Comparison Community Buzz PEER COMPANIES No one was ready for an ITC vs Tata corporate battle, least of all the protagonists.
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    4. The Amazon exec leading the charge against Microsoft and Google made $35.6 million last year (AMZN, Goog, Googl, Msft)

      The Amazon exec leading the charge against Microsoft and Google made $35.6 million last year (AMZN, Goog, Googl, Msft)
      Back in 2011, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos asked the company's board to freeze his annual salary at $81,840 no cash bonuses or stock awards, nada. And so, when Amazon released its annual proxy statement to shareholders today, it wasn't a huge shock to find that despite his leadership of the company, Bezos' total compensation in 2016 totalled a relatively meager $1,681,840. That's $81,840 ...
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    5. The Morning Ledger: Tech Founders Want IPO Riches, Without Pesky Shareholders

      The Morning Ledger: Tech Founders Want IPO Riches, Without Pesky Shareholders
      Technology companies are seeking windfalls from their IPOs, minus the shareholders.Snap Inc.was the first major company since at least 2000 to do an initial public offering in the U.S. that gave new shareholders no voting rights,Maureen Farrell reports.The companys earlier investors got one vote for every 10 held by the two co-founders.
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    1. PwC's Center for Board Governance has an unmatched breadth and depth of expertise in governance that we apply for the benefit of companies and their shareholders, the capital markets and as part of PwC's commitment to quality.
      In PwC Names Mary Ann Cloyd to Lead its Center for Board Governance
    2. If you look at the modern thought process around board governance, the title of chair is not the key.
      Brian Moynihan in BofA CEO Calls Board Decision on Chairman ‘Right Thing To Do’
    3. We take our responsibilities with regard to corporate governance very seriously particularly in areas such as executive pay, board governance, employee diversity, audit management and relations with external stakeholders.
      In GlaxoSmithKline Falls to Bottom of Good Governance Survey