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    2. Activist Investors Double Chance of CEO Exits, Study Shows

      Activist Investors Double Chance of CEO Exits, Study Shows
      Activist hedge funds settled for, or won, board seats in 46 percent of the more than 300 contests monitored from 2011 to 2015, according to advisory firm FTI Consulting. When activists attain board seats, we found that CEOs leave their posts at twice the normal rate, Steve Balet, head of corporate governance and activist engagement ...
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    3. How to Build an Office for the App Generation

      How to Build an Office for the App Generation
      As a new generation of young, tech-savvy employees enters the workplace, businesses must learn to adapt their working environments and IT to attract and retain the very best employees. These app generation workers are not defined by some social, political or even cultural leaning, but rather by their attitudes towards and expectations of technology itself ...
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    4. Putting Workers on Company Boards Could Change the Culture of British Business

      Putting Workers on Company Boards Could Change the Culture of British Business
      The TUC has long argued that including workers on company boards would change the culture of the boardroom and help boards to focus on long-term company growth, rather than being distracted by short-term financial engineering as occurred, for example, in the financial sector in the run up to the crash ...
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    5. Over 70 Banks and City Firms to Link Bonuses to Senior Jobs for Women

      Over 70 Banks and City Firms to Link Bonuses to Senior Jobs for Women
      Over 70 banks and City firms to link bonuses to senior jobs for women Companies including Lloyds and Barclays sign up to women and finance charter to end male-dominated executive teams. Jayne-Anne Gadhia, CEO of Virgin Money, found women made up 23% of boards at City firms but only 14% of executive committees ...
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    6. Companies in India Achieve Top Rankings for their Executives and Transparency, According to New Research from Institutional Investor

      Companies in India Achieve Top Rankings for their Executives and Transparency, According to New Research from Institutional Investor
      Companies in India rank among the best in the Asia Pacific region for corporate transparency, trust, and access to top executives, according to new research released today by Institutional Investor. In particular, banks in India are seeing their CEOs, IROs and CFOs emerging as some of the top ranked, reflecting a commitment to accountability at the top, as well as increasing shareholder value ...
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    7. Triangle Announces New Executive Board of Directors

      Triangle Announces New Executive Board of Directors
      Triangle announces the election of its new Executive Committee for the coming fiscal year. For 45 years, Triangle has provided a variety of career and life services to people with disabilities and their families. Triangles new Board Officers are excited to lead the organization into a new era of growth ...
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    8. NextFifty Initiative Seeking Qualified Board Members to Serve the Aging Population in Colorado

      NextFifty Initiative Seeking Qualified Board Members to Serve the Aging Population in Colorado
      NextFifty Initiative, formerly known as the InnovAge Foundation, is actively seeking its first CEO and four additional qualified board members to serve the aging population in Colorado. NextFifty Initiative is a new Colorado grant-making foundation dedicated to funding mission-driven initiatives that improve community services for the elderly ...
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    9. The MA Effect With Women on Boards

      The MA Effect With Women on Boards
      A new study showed that the number of mergers and acquisitions a company takes can decrease when women are part of the executive decision-making process. University of Notre Dame professor Craig Crossland researched more than 3,000 acquisitions between 1998 and 2010. The larger the proportion of women on the board of the U.S. public company, the fewer acquisitions it engaged in ...
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