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    1. How the Man Behind the Apple Store Presided Over a Spac Catastrophe

      How the Man Behind the Apple Store Presided Over a Spac Catastrophe

      Greater than a decade on from his stint in Silicon Valley, Ron Johnson remains to be fast to recall his time at Apple and name-drop his famed mentor. “I’ve realized from many, however probably the most highly effective classes I realized got here from working at Apple with Steve Jobs,” he stated final 12 months...

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    2. 5 Tips Every CEO Needs for Managing Investors and Their Board

      5 Tips Every CEO Needs for Managing Investors and Their Board

      CEOs usually have a good rhythm and strategy in place when managing their employees. But many CEOs find managing the expectations of their investors and board members to be something of a fine art. From my experience, there is a golden rule to remember: No surprises. Keep your board members abreast of any updates, changes and even potential happenings, and you’ll maintain good relations...

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    3. 5 Tips Every CEO Needs for Managing Investors and Their Board

      5 Tips Every CEO Needs for Managing Investors and Their Board

      Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. CEOs usually have a good rhythm and strategy in place when managing their employees. But many CEOs find managing the expectations of their investors and board members to be something of a fine art. From my experience, there is a golden rule to remember: No surprises. Keep your board members abreast of any updates, changes and even potential happenings, and you'll maintain good relations. In fact, they'll respect you for it...

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    4. What the Volume and Diversity of Comment Letters to the SEC Say About its Climate Proposal

      What the Volume and Diversity of Comment Letters to the SEC Say About its Climate Proposal

      The Securities and Exchange Commission presents its new climate proposal as a modest evolution in its longstanding rules requiring environmental disclosure. While supporters echo that pitch, most recognize the proposal as a large leap beyond the SEC’s traditional focus on material financial matters. Who has the better of it may be inferred from the breadth of comments the SEC’s proposal received during the three-month comment period that ended June 17...

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    5. The Supreme Court’s EPA Ruling Has Big Implications

      The Supreme Court’s EPA Ruling Has Big Implications

      In a major climate change case, the Supreme Court on Thursday restricted the authority of the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. The ruling hinders the Biden administration’s ability to combat climate change, to be sure, but it also could send shock waves to other federal agencies. Jack Lienke is the Regulatory Policy Director at the Institute for Policy Integrity at NYU School of Law...

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    6. How Boards Should Prepare CEOs for a Recession

      How Boards Should Prepare CEOs for a Recession

      The signs of an economic downturn are piling up. While any good corporate leader can expect to experience some economic volatility, the next wave is coming during particularly unique times. The COVID-19 public health crisis is ongoing, supply chain issues are affecting most industries, and the Russia-Ukraine conflict has created new challenges of its own...

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    7. Chancery Court Accepts “Novel Theory” of Liability for Directors

      Chancery Court Accepts “Novel Theory” of Liability for Directors

      In Garfield v. Allen (May 24, 2022), the Delaware Court of Chancery accepted, “with admitted trepidation,” what it called a “novel theory” advanced by the plaintiff—namely, that a corporation’s directors may have breached their fiduciary duties to the stockholders by failing to reverse equity compensation awards made to the CEO after the board became aware, via the plaintiff’s litigation demand letter, that the awards violated a limitation set forth in the company’s equity compensation plan...

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    8. The Enhancement and Standardization of Climate-Related Disclosures for Investors

      The Enhancement and Standardization of Climate-Related Disclosures for Investors

      This post overviews a comment letter that was submitted to the SEC by Mr. Strine and five other academics and practitioners. Related research from the Program on Corporate Governance includes The Illusory Promise of Stakeholder Governance (discussed on the Forum here ) and For Whom Corporate Leaders Bargain (discussed on the Forum here ), both by Lucian A. Bebchuk and Roberto Tallarita; Stakeholder Capitalism in the Time of COVID (discussed on the Forum here ), by Lucian Bebchuk, Kobi Kastiel, and Roberto Tallarita; Restoration: The Role Stakeholder Governance Must Play in Recreating a Fair and Sustainable American Economy – A Reply to Professor Rock ...

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    9. Board Directors See Competition for Talent as a Top Concern in the Next Year

      Board Directors See Competition for Talent as a Top Concern in the Next Year

      Increased competition for talent is [the biggest concern over the next year] for directors of public companies, according to a survey of 372 board members by the National Association of Corporate Directors. - However, concerns about the state of the economy also loom large. More than half of board members said that growing inflation was a concern, while 38% said the same of uncertainty regarding the pace of economic recovery...

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    10. How to Engage Boards on Hot-Button Topics

      How to Engage Boards on Hot-Button Topics

      How to Engage Boards on Hot-Button Topics According to two association leaders, CEOs need to engage boards on social issue challenges. And they can do it without things getting messy. Since the start of the pandemic, nonprofit boards have been busier than ever—more meetings, more Zoom calls. But despite all that conversation, boards can still struggle to determine their proper role. That’s especially true as pressure to take on social issues has increased...

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    11. How Elon Musk and Tesla Helped Make C.E.O Pay Even Richer

      How Elon Musk and Tesla Helped Make C.E.O Pay Even Richer

      While those compensation totals are taken from the company’s financial filings, they are often estimates driven by the companies’ attempts to value the stock their chief executives might receive. As a result, the executives may earn less than those totals, especially if the bear market persists and their companies’ stock prices remain depressed, but they could also take home far higher amounts should the stocks recover...

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    12. Proposal on Climate-Related Disclosures Falls Within the SEC’s Authority

      Proposal on Climate-Related Disclosures Falls Within the SEC’s Authority

      Congress, having made a fundamental policy judgment to require “full and fair” disclosure to protect investors, directed the Commission to make ongoing subsidiary choices of precisely what details of disclosure to require and when, after engaging in fact-finding and analysis that Congress chose not to try to do itself...

       

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    13. Corporate Board Term Limits Are Good for Companies. Here's Why.

      Corporate Board Term Limits Are Good for Companies. Here's Why.

      Corporate board term limits won’t resolve all the issues boards need to address, but they are a good place to start, writes Theresa Hamacher. Dreamstime About the author: Theresa Hamacher is the chair of the board of the Morningstar Funds Trust and president of consulting firm, Versanture Consulting, LLC. There’s been a debate for many years about the nature of corporate board term limits...

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