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    1. REIT Investors Can Avoid 'Home Country Bias'

      REIT Investors Can Avoid 'Home Country Bias'

      “Home country bias” describes a situation in which a portfolio is invested disproportionately in companies from one’s own country. Studies have shown that “home country bias” is prevalent in the portfolios of both professional and non-professional investors and may impair long-term risk/return performance ...

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    2. Walgreens - The Board And The Merger

      Walgreens - The Board And The Merger

      Walgreens has an unusual situation where the CEO, board director, and largest shareholder (by a large margin) are all the same person - with benefits and concerns.

      The Board Skills Matrix, our new feature, helps show investors how well board skills and experiences align with company strategy and marketplace shifts.....

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    3. Vornado Is Getting Simpler But This 'Big Kahuna' Is No SWAN

      Vornado Is Getting Simpler But This 'Big Kahuna' Is No SWAN

      History tells us that investors should favor simplicity over complexity. There are hundreds of examples of corporate failures that were caused by complicated business strategies and no true circle of competence. As companies increase their complexity, they often fail to pay attention to their flaws, and they become more vulnerable to risk of loss ...

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    4. Mondelez: Hersheys Acquisition Is Likely To Fail. So, What Is Next?

      Mondelez: Hersheys Acquisition Is Likely To Fail. So, What Is Next?

      The company made a preliminary, non-binding indication of interest to acquire Hersheys for a mixture of cash and stock, but the offer was immediately rejected. The Hersheys’ trustees, who need to approve any acquisition, are under pressure to keep the company independent, but also have a legal obligation to maximize trust revenue ...

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    5. How Do The Facebook Directors Compare To Their Peers?

      How Do The Facebook Directors Compare To Their Peers?

      Many investors have shared that they need more engagement to truly assess the quality of board candidates. 77% of Facebook's board have Strategy expertise (Median: 53%) and more than 88% have leadership expertise (Median: 87%). Facebook could consider adding a director with more international skills (or perhaps more clearly disclosing to shareholders the international experience of their current board of directors)...

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    6. Bulge bracket executives have greatly differing compensation

      Bulge bracket executives have greatly differing compensation

      Bulge bracket executives have greatly differing compensation structures and board compositions, each with potential impacts on shareholder return and contentment. Simply looking at compensation breakdown of cash salary and stock-associated incentives does not tell the full story of potentially low ...

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