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Smaller Boards Get Bigger Returns

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Size counts, especially for boards of the biggest U.S. businesses.  Companies with fewer board members reap considerably greater rewards for their investors, according to a new study by governance researchers GMI Ratings prepared for The Wall Street Journal. Small boards at major corporations foster deeper debates and more nimble decision-making, directors, recruiters and researchers said...

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