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Policies are the wisdom of prior boards, adopted as motions and recorded in the minutes, to guide actions and decisions of the current and future boards. They frequently interpret broad sections of the bylaws, which purposely lack detail. For example, the bylaws may require...

source: By Bob Harris
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CGI RELEASES OCTOBER eNEWSLETTER The Chartered Governance Institute released its global monthly eNewsletter...


California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) signed into law the nation's first mandate for boards of directors to seat members of underrepresented communities on boards. The law applies to public companies headquartered in California and creates...

source: Bloomberg

When a brand finds itself on the wrong side of a hot-button social issue, its communications team tends to fly into crisis mode. The damage-control moves they make are familiar to anyone in the communications field: first it's a public apology, then a large donation to a...

source: Business 2 Community

Good corporate governance and strong legal infrastructure are needed to deal with financial sector anomalies in the country, experts suggested recently. They also pointed out that in the context of increasing digitalization, compliance...

source: The Daily Star

Fall and winter months are prime season for board transition and orientation. Because of the pandemic,...

source: By Bob Harris

Policies are the wisdom of prior boards, adopted as motions and recorded in the minutes, to guide actions...

source: By Bob Harris


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