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Unlocking efficiency: The evolving role of ESG within Brookfield Properties. Menzies, Rhianne Mar 1, 2021 1270
Can online annual general meetings increase shareholders' participation in corporate governance? Gao, Huasheng; Huang, Jun; Zhang, Tianshu Dec 22, 2020 11266
To Be Rated or To Be Indexed: Corporate Governance Rating Experience in Borsa Istanbul. Pirgaip, Burak; Akyiiz, Mehmet Berktay Report Nov 1, 2020 12906
Finding the right captain for your IG program. Column May 1, 2015 333
Corporate ethics and the rights of whistleblowers. Rashty, Josef Feb 1, 2015 2249
Directors: be 'in the room'. Zell, Sam Column Sep 22, 2014 705
Responsibility and strategic management in the media. Mozafarzadeh, Mehdi Report Jun 15, 2014 4986
Creating an effective whistleblowing environment. MacGregor, Jason; Robinson, Michael; Stuebs, Martin Mar 1, 2014 2949
Managing boardroom challenges. Srivastava, Ashutosh Nov 1, 2013 553
Role of the treasury in risk and governance. Stollard, Ben May 1, 2013 1385
Managing the transition: the role of governance. Clarke, Richard L. May 1, 2012 558
Taking corporate responsibility. Priesnitz, Wendy Editorial Jan 1, 2012 522
Developing your board: structured evaluation is key to successful engagement. Miller, Dennis Oct 1, 2011 1152
The greening of Wal-Mart: Wal-Mart's new green-washed image is deflecting attention from the drag the company continues to inflict on workers' wages and communities' quality of life. Rowe, Jonathan May 1, 2011 2538
Biblio service. Schmid, Stefan; Kotulla, Thomas Bibliography Sep 1, 2010 1402
A framework for analysis of corporate control in transition countries. Hruska, Domagoj Report Jan 1, 2010 1633
Protection of minority shareholder interests in post-privatization economies. Hruska, Domagoj Report Jan 1, 2010 1428
The relationship between the audit committee and the financial auditor in Romanian public interest entities. Manolescu, Maria; Roman, Aureliana-Geta; Mocanu, Mihaela Report Jan 1, 2010 1736
Corporate governance of Romanian public interest entities. Manolescu, Maria; Roman, Aureliana-Geta; Roman, Costantin Report Jan 1, 2010 1656
Corporate fiscal offence. Radulescu, Dragos Lucian Report Jan 1, 2010 1828
The aspects of good governance in the context of globalization. Negrut, Vasilica; Costache, Mirela Paula; Maftei, Jana; Coman, Varvara Licuta; Matei, Dorin; Negrut, Report Jan 1, 2010 1912
Migrant Health Center governance: how to build and maintain an effective board. Weinman, Steven D. Report Nov 1, 2009 954
Has the QFII scheme strengthened corporate governance in China? Tan, Michael N.T. Report Sep 1, 2009 5846
Good corporate governance keeps the company on track: weak corporate governance weakens a company's potential and may lead to financial difficulties and fraud by certain officials who are in power. Many of the business failures we read in the newspapers can be attributed to poor corporate governance. Teik, Tan Chee Aug 1, 2009 1794
Governance challenges for family controlled firms while globalising. Ramachandran, Kavil; Marisetty, Vijaya B. Jul 1, 2009 2991
The changing German landscape. Daucourt, Thierry Jun 1, 2009 699
Lessons from Mickey & Minnie: the new definition of good faith in governance. Arnold, Janet Case study Mar 22, 2009 4453
Corporate governance issues: estimative solutions for the world financial crisis. Serban, Claudia; Tiron-Tudor, Adriana; Man, Mariana; Cretu, Raluca; Vasile, Cristina Report Jan 1, 2009 1963
Corporate governance, literature review for Romania. Fulop, Melinda Timea; Tiron-Tudor, Adriana Report Jan 1, 2009 1679
Reshaping the playing field? Will investor activism change corporate governance and benefit shareholders? Bainbridge, Stephen M. Dec 22, 2008 5354
Integrating governance risk and reporting to create long-term value. Ballou, Brian; Heitger, Dan L. May 1, 2008 3188
Securities litigation: the importance of monitoring and staying informed. McNair, Mark; Cooke, Jim Apr 1, 2007 4147
Corporate governance consultants: the issue of qualifications. Grace, H. Stephen, Jr.; Haupert, John E. Dec 1, 2006 3789
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE : ALLIANZ SE OPENS SUPERVISORY BOARD TO WORKERS. Brief article Sep 27, 2006 248
Wal-Mart's not a political issue. Pinto, David Editorial Sep 4, 2006 765
A strategic player: hiring and inspiring a chief audit executive. Anderson, Richard J. Jul 1, 2006 2609
COSO at a crossroad: the folks who helped you weather SOX 404 now face their own moment of truth: is COSO ERM just what the doctor ordered? Quinn, Lawrence Richter Jul 1, 2006 5422
Adoption of data standards and shared best practices will help drive automation of corporate actions. Jul 1, 2006 363
Brand new deal: the branding effect of corporate deal structures. Fleischer, Victor Jun 1, 2006 29638
Board to instigate self review. Brief Article Feb 1, 2006 156
What it now means to 'direct': being a director in an era of reform doesn't mean micromanaging. It means taking the high ground--and forging a closer partnership with the institutional investor community. Troubh, Raymond S. Jan 1, 2006 2872
Corporate governance reform: electing directors through shareholder proposals. Schooley, Diane K.; Renner, Celia; Allen, Mary Oct 1, 2005 2184
Seeing around corners: spotting problems before they become catastrophes is the special talent that directors have always needed, and will need even more so in the future. Augustine, Norman R. Sep 22, 2005 3006
WGIG reports on Internet governance. Brief Article Jul 18, 2005 185
UK employers' complacency revealed by Internet security survey. Brief Article Jun 22, 2005 178
Effective governance in an ethicless organization. Grace, H. Stephen, Jr. May 1, 2005 871
CIOs seek governance packages. Brief Article Apr 10, 2005 160
The legislative imperative. Apr 10, 2005 448
Governance, risk management and compliance: the benefits outweigh the costs. Apr 1, 2005 302
Fried Frank forms new global corporate group. Mar 23, 2005 382
The European Commission. Brief Article Feb 1, 2005 80
Former SEC commissioner assesses governance, Sarbanes-Oxley. Heffes, Ellen M. Oct 1, 2004 1433
Save the date! Brief Article Oct 1, 2004 109
Ideal composition of a board: the focus on independence overlooks the benefits of having a few insiders on the board. Lawler, Edward E., III; Finegold, David A. Jun 22, 2004 769
Six common mistakes of audit committees: from failing to fully understand complex accounting concepts to failing to interview key sales personnel, a repeating pattern emerges of shortcomings in the work of the audit committee. Lipman, Frederick D. Jun 22, 2004 1498
Rising expectations of fund directors: mutual fund boards can take the lead in improving fund governance by ensuring that the board is truly independent and qualified, and by increasing the transparency of the nominating process. Daum, Julie H.; Lannamann, Richard S. Jun 22, 2004 1690
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: COMMISSION GATHERS INPUT FOR RECOMMENDATION ON DIRECTORS' PAY. Brief Article Jun 16, 2004 275
The heat stays on. Marshall, Jeffrey Cover Story Jun 1, 2004 5006
Editorial comment. Prickett, Ruth Editorial Mar 1, 2004 526
Up the right tree: many firms are focusing so much on corporate governance that they are neglecting the raison d'etre of business: performance, growth and value creation. Ruth Prickett reports on CIMA's collaboration with IFAC to design a guide to help boards restore the proper strategic balance. Prickett, Ruth Mar 1, 2004 2481
Tax risk and strong corporate governance. Sangha, Balvinder Mar 1, 2004 3206
Feeling unloved? Rock, Robert H. Jan 1, 2004 451
How leading a role for the lead director? In this time of ferment in governance practices, there are two strong cases to be made: that one individual should serve as both chairman and CEO; and that, under such an arrangement, the board must designate a 'lead' or 'presiding' director. Augustine, Norman R. Jan 1, 2004 2572
Be 'best of breed' in governance disclosure: there is great ambiguity in Sarbanes-Oxley not only about what information pertinent to your governance should be distributed but also about where and how to distribute it. Ellison, Michael Jan 1, 2004 1656
The real governance challenges. Niskanen, William A. Dec 1, 2003 1026
Controlling controlling shareholders. Gilson, Ronald J.; Gordon, Jeffrey N. Dec 1, 2003 27793
The 'compliance industry' is going too far. Sonnenfeld, Jeffrey Nov 1, 2003 602
Privately held companies adopting SOX measures. Nov 1, 2003 96
Corner stones: internal audit looks for its rightful place in Canada's new corporate governance model. Colman, Robert Oct 1, 2003 2135
Principled governance. Sep 1, 2003 507
CPAs as Audit Committee members: be part of the new vanguard in corporate governance. Scarpati, Stephen A. Sep 1, 2003 2567
Repositioning your board for strategy making: banish administrative details from the agenda. Rev up the RPM of your board members by helping them focus on issues, policies, and strategies. Aberle, Kathryn B. Aug 1, 2003 1264
How FEI governs itself. (FEI Overview). Marshall, Jeffrey Jul 1, 2003 2690
Directors' etiquette in a changing boardroom: the dynamic in the boardroom--and outside of it--may be somewhat different than in the past, but the core issues of what constitutes good governance and a high-performing board are unchanged. Hart, Susan Jun 22, 2003 1387
PriceWaterhouseCoopers. Steinberg, Richard M.; Ginzberg, Michael J. Brief Article Jun 22, 2003 275
Leaders confront new era in corporate governance during inaugural session of directors' college. Jun 22, 2003 823
Keynote speakers. Jun 22, 2003 5233
Shareholders arise! (In Fact ...). Brief Article Jun 9, 2003 113
Brave new board: reinvigorating governance to reach unprecedented goals. Connolly, Joe Jun 1, 2003 4181
Who guards the guards? It's a lot easier to lose trust than it is to regain it, but some new rules aim to help corporations climb back to a higher level of respectability. (New Rules). May 1, 2003 1581
Corporate counsels want changes, too. (Government). Barlas, Stephen; Chamberlain, Jim; Randall, Bob; Verschoor, Curt; Williams, Kathy Brief Article Mar 1, 2003 100
Corporate citizenship in a changing world. Brief Article Feb 1, 2003 426
The six-legged stool. (High-Quality Financial Reporting). Rezaee, Zabihollah Feb 1, 2003 1990
The greatest governance need: the restoration of trust requires a renewal of ethical standards in corporate America. Directors need to be out in front on this--doing what is right, not just what is legal or possible. (Ethics and Accountability). Koppes, Richard H. Jan 1, 2003 2038
The case for the inside director: in the quest for a properly balanced board, don't heedlessly dismiss insiders--they offer attributes essential for governing complex global companies. (Board Composition). Weidemeyer, Tom Jan 1, 2003 1923
Why compensation committees need your help: CPAs can play an important role in developing effective pay policies. Myers, Randy Dec 1, 2002 3356
Takeover defenses work. is that such a bad thing? Gordon, Mark Dec 1, 2002 9947
International institutions and the case for corporate governance: toward a distributive governance framework? Detomasi, David Oct 1, 2002 8649
Corporate boards and business oversight. (Guest Editorial). Grace, H. Stephen, Jr. Brief Article Sep 1, 2002 820
Governance ideas offered by experts. (Business Briefs). Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 391
Italy's banking duo. (Arrivals). Sherwood, Sonja Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 263
It's worse than you think. (Editorial). Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 861
The corporate reform moment. (Corporate Reform After Enron). Jul 1, 2002 1579
The Sunshine Standards: the powerful potential of corporate disclosure requirements. (Corporate Reform After Enron). Estes, Ralph Jul 1, 2002 2871
Ownership and sustainability: the case for shareholder activism to promote corporate responsibility. (Interview). Interview Jul 1, 2002 3538
Honest questions needing honest answers: five straightforward queries that compensation committees should be asking...and answering. Ferracone, Robin; Turner, Matt Brief Article Jun 22, 2002 675
System failure, system renewal. (Governance Leadership). Weidenbaum, Murray L. Jun 22, 2002 5174
Raising the bar in the boardroom: new expectations and standards warrant a best-practices review. This checklist provides a starting point for identifying strengths and weaknesses in your governance structure. (Spencer Stuart/Governance Letter). Boren, Susan S.; Daum, Julie H. Column Jun 22, 2002 1487
A view from the turnaround trench: don't let this day of reckoning completely dull our appetite for risk. (Endnote). Brandt, William A., Jr. Column Jun 22, 2002 2128
Setting a new route for corporate governance. (Cover Story). Marshall, Jeffrey Statistical Data Included Jun 1, 2002 3373
Weaving Ethics into corporate culture: Ethics keep companies and their employees connected and productive. Williams, Dean Abstract Jun 1, 2002 855
Is There a Future for Pacifica? THE JURY IS STILL OUT ON WHETHER IT CAN RESTORE, LET ALONE ENHANCE, ITS INFLUENCE. Douglas, Susan J. Apr 15, 2002 3149
Economic determinants of audit committee independence. Klein, April Apr 1, 2002 7780
Brazilian boardrooms. (Current Research). Lindenboim, Patricia; Laouchez, Jean-Marc; Gouvea, Alexandre Brief Article Mar 22, 2002 941
Shaping good conduct: The search for more effective systems of corporate governance has created a unique opportunity for strategic financial management professionals. Atkinson, Anthony A.; Salterio, Steven Feb 1, 2002 3046
Real leaders for unreal times: Superheroes need not apply. Blohowiak, Don Jan 1, 2002 2957
A solid start for a spinoff board. (Spencer Stuart Governance Letter). Daum, Julie H.; Neff, Thomas B. Jan 1, 2002 2102
A Canadian titan could offer a glimpse of the future of boards. FINEGOLD, DAVID L. Statistical Data Included Oct 1, 2001 260
The Arbitrageur Guy Wyser-Pratte: 'The name of the game is to work for the shareholders.'. (A Life in Governance). Kristie, James Sep 22, 2001 1736
The Chairman John Bogle: 'Shareholders everywhere probably pay somewhat of a price for collegiality.'. (A Life in Governance). Kristie, James Sep 22, 2001 1732
The Association Head John Nash: 'When I first started out, CEOs considered me their enemy.'. (A Life in Governance). Kristie, James Sep 22, 2001 1806
The Judge William Allen: 'I didn't try to frighten directors. I encouraged them.'. (A Life in Governance). Kristie, James Brief Article Sep 22, 2001 1824
The Director Barbara Franklin: 'It seems like there was a sharp uptick all of a sudden.'. (A Life in Governance). Kristie, James Sep 22, 2001 1765
Part II: The Way It Was. Kristie, James Brief Article Sep 22, 2001 194
The Way it was: 1976. Sep 22, 2001 2025
The Way it was: 1983. Sep 22, 2001 1995
The Way it was: 1984. Sep 22, 2001 2059
The Way it was: 1985. Sep 22, 2001 1904
The Way it was: 1986. Sep 22, 2001 2693
The Way it was: 1987. Sep 22, 2001 2065
The Way it was: 1988. Sep 22, 2001 2041
The Way it was: 1989. Sep 22, 2001 2259
The Way it was: 1990. Sep 22, 2001 2246
The Way it was: 1991. Sep 22, 2001 2697
The Way it was: 1992. Sep 22, 2001 2002
The Way it was: 1993. Sep 22, 2001 2240
The Way it was: 1994. Sep 22, 2001 1840
The Way it was: 1995. Sep 22, 2001 2028
The Way it was: 1996. Sep 22, 2001 2786
The Way it was: 1997. Sep 22, 2001 2248
The Way it was: 1998. Sep 22, 2001 2191
The Way it was: 1999. Sep 22, 2001 2160
The Way it was: 2000. Sep 22, 2001 1138
Part III: The Shape of Things to Come. Kristie, James Brief Article Sep 22, 2001 118
Sri Lankan corporate governance. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 125
RETHINKING GOVERNANCE. BYERS, MARY M. Aug 1, 2001 2879
Minority Interest in the Consolidated Retained Earnings Statement. Nurnberg, Hugo Jun 1, 2001 14386
Equity Valuation Models and Measuring Goodwill Impairment. Herz, Robert H.; Iannaconi, Teresa E.; Maines, Laureen A.; Palepu, Krishna; Ryan, Stephen G.; Schipp Jun 1, 2001 5365
A brighter presence. HORTON, THOMAS R. Mar 22, 2001 929
Governance concepts worth emulating. HURLEY, GERARD F. Mar 22, 2001 737
What should be in the boardbook. HANAN, MARTIN D.; FULLER, DAVID N. Mar 22, 2001 701
Audit Committee Briefing. Verschoor, Curtis C. Mar 22, 2001 718
The CEO as captain of industry: A dying breed? Sonnenfeld, Jeffrey Mar 22, 2001 6944
Governance reforms: Boon ... or bafflegab? CUNNINGHAM, LAWRENCE A. Mar 22, 2001 2655
Stock options and optimal overhang. KAY, IRA T. Mar 22, 2001 3155
Compensation: Some guiding principles. MEUTER JR., FRED Mar 22, 2001 2085
Auditors' Consideration of Corporate Governance and Management Control Philosophy in Preplanning and Planning Judgments. Cohen, Jeffrey R.; Hanno, Dennis M. Sep 22, 2000 7486
Tap into expert input. White, Craig Owen Brief Article Jul 1, 2000 700
Advice for Those New at Chairing a Board. ALLAN, ELIZABETH Jan 1, 2000 1190
Rediscovering advisory boards. KENNY, ROGER M. Sep 22, 1999 2930
No more board games! Grady, Diane Jun 22, 1999 2820
Corporate governance, strategic philanthropy, and public policy. Hemphill, Thomas A. May 1, 1999 3813
Behind the art of M&A with Bruce Wasserstein. Kaback, Hoffer Interview Mar 22, 1999 6454
The expectations treadmill. Dobbs, Richard F.C.; Koller, Timothy M. Jun 22, 1998 3607
Accountability is going global. Gallagher, Terence J. Column Jan 1, 1998 789
Standards ideology and board reality. Shipley, Walter Interview Jan 1, 1998 2469
Statement on Corporate Governance. Jan 1, 1998 1428
Corporate governance and American competitiveness. Jan 1, 1998 640
The role and composition of the board of directors of the large publicly owned corporation. Jan 1, 1998 601
A 'blue-collar approach' to board effectiveness. Perlman, Lawrence Jan 1, 1998 2426
What to do about the 'opportunity-cost' director; the termination of marginal directors will be one of the most important governance issues in the years ahead. Carey, Dennis C.; Neff, Thomas J. Jan 1, 1998 1606
'Let sleeping directors lie.'(excerpts from 'Further Up the Organization') Townsend, Robert Jan 1, 1998 832
Director monitoring has its limits. Levy, Leslie Jan 1, 1997 604
The growing stakes for good governance. Axelrod, Nancy Jan 1, 1997 2075
Management by SMURF. Davidson, C. Mike B. Sep 22, 1996 781
The building of a board. Housen, Charles Sep 22, 1996 828
The smart director. Palmer, Russell E. Sep 22, 1996 749
The effective use of director talent. Fischer, Judith M. Jun 22, 1996 2509
Taming the board. Lenhart, Harry Nov 1, 1994 877
Boards need better information. Eccles, Robert G. Jun 22, 1994 1818
Your board of directors in a different light. Couch, Robin L. Jan 1, 1993 882
Afterthoughts on General Motors. Lear, Robert W. Jul 1, 1992 830
A tension-raising list of questions. Wharton, Clifton R., Jr. Jan 1, 1992 1404
Just vote "no." (Technicallly speaking) Deitsch, Mimi Nov 1, 1991 733
Technology, governance, and the year 2000. Mahoney, Ann I. May 1, 1991 2736

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