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Governance – Compliance

Brazen and Bold, or Understated but Effective: How Do You Like Your CEOs?

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Leadership styles among CEOs are becoming increasingly divergent. A new breed of high-profile, fast-talking, even brash business leaders seems to be eclipsing generations of the traditional buttoned-down breed of C-suite denizens who made and executed decisions in an understated way.

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Security Is Now a Boardroom Issue

The cost of a breach is staggering on several levels. And if you thought the fines were bad, think about the damage control you’ll need to save your business, protect your brand and put customers at ease.

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5 Priorities for Executive Compensation Committees

The job of executive-compensation committees is getting tougher because of the sluggish economy, challenged corporate performance, gyrating stock markets, rising concern about “income inequality” and generally greater public and activist scrutiny of just how much boards think their CEOs are worth.

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Surprisingly, Director Tenure Remains Long at Most Companies

Despite the frenzied rise in shareholder activism that challenges the decisions of long-sitting board members individually and collectively, a new study of tenures shows most large companies increasingly are governed by long-sitting board members.

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Okla. AG Scott Pruitt Fights to Curb Regulatory Overreach for All

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The growing regulatory burden is one of the biggest drags on the economy, inhibiting business expansion and job creation, yet it is barely mentioned by either party in this presidential election year. One politician who has actually taken action to slow down the bureaucratic tide is Oklahoma attorney general Scott Pruitt.

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