Just as the CBS board once ignored Les Moonves' alleged misconduct, they now face a new distraction from the departed CEO.
Ron Schneider, Director of Corporate Governance Services at Donnelley Financial Solutions, discusses the art and science of an effective proxy statement.
Corporate Board Member recently spoke with The Marcus Corp. CEO Greg Marcus about how CEOs and boards can work together more effectively, and more.
To build skills quickly, many boards are turning to candidates with experience as professional service partners (PSPs) – from accounting to consulting to law.
Directors need to recognize the natural business evolution of the companies they steward, the impact of new market forces and when the current CEO’s skill set no longer matches its growth trajectory.
With Institutional Shareholder Services Inc.’s recent announcement of a new voting policy with respect to U.S. companies with no female directors serving on their boards, the issue of board diversity remains front and center.
Eileen Cohen, former Managing Director with JP Morgan Asset Management, discusses the inner-workings of voting decisions at large asset managers.
Democratized philanthropy is more than a passing trend — it’s highly effective and critical to meeting CSR goals. Here's what you need to know.
The recent Google employee walkouts should have directors asking what is the relationship between our ethics, our thinking, and how fast we are running our business?
Corporate Board Member sat down with Molly Hemmeter, CEO of Landec, a publicly-traded healthy foods company, to talk about how she works with the board.
Catherine Bromilow, Partner with PwC’s Governance Insights Center, joins TK Kerstetter to discuss how boards can recognize when their company is on the precipice of a potentially negative operating spiral.
The board and significant shareholders of J.Crew threw a short-term Hail Mary pass to prevent more senior executive departures.