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    1. Meeting Directors’ Demands for Information

      Meeting Directors’ Demands for Information

      Investors, consumers, regulatory bodies, and the media are putting heavy pressure on boards of directors. They are being held accountable for a whole range of strategic missteps, risk management errors, and security flaws. One survey of board members in 2016 found that directors see a disconnect between these high expectations and what they can realistically accomplish in their positions...

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    2. Directorship Gains and Pains

      Directorship Gains and Pains

      Governance Directorship Gains and Pains CFOs who hold external board positions swear by the benefits, but the majority who don’t have good reasons for shying away. Please enter your email address * Subject * Comments * Running finance at a large, publicly traded company is, of course, a big job with long hours and little downtime. So why would a CFO want to expend time and energy serving on the board of another company?...

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    3. ADP Needs a New CFO, Says Research Firm

      ADP Needs a New CFO, Says Research Firm

      The Link Between Good Investor Relations and Stock Price The statement came in a note criticizing the substance of activist investor Bill Ackman’s threatened proxy fight at ADP, which was launched in August. Management CV calls the proxy fight “misguided”; while Pershing Square (Ackman’s firm) “makes some good points about missed opportunities,” according to Management CV, Ackman “incorrectly” calls for a new chief executive to replace current president & CEO Carlos Rodriguez...

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    4. SEC Probes Deeper if Cos. Have Political Ties: Study

      SEC Probes Deeper if Cos. Have Political Ties: Study

      Dodd-Frank Will Benefit CFOs in the Long Run Previous theories have have hypothesized that a company’s political ties make enforcement actions against the company less likely and make penalties lighter. That’s based on the notion that politicians “can interfere with SEC investigations, use budget allocations to control the SEC, or affect SEC officials’ careers,” according to the study...

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