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When That Problematic Board Member Just Won’t Leave

Sometimes a corporate director who’s the main source of a company’s reputational problems is the last one to recognize it. That’s why, in order to protect the company from unwanted controversy and reputational harm, boards benefit from discreet tools to remove problematic officers and directors before their terms are up, and without going through a formal removal process...

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