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    2. Why The Proposed Merger Of NextEra And Duke Is Unlikely To Succeed

      Why The Proposed Merger Of NextEra And Duke Is Unlikely To Succeed
      In this election year, North Carolina has emerged as one of the most interesting energy states in the country. Thats in part due to its status as a purple state, with its basically 50/50 divide between the Republican and Democratic parties, and in part because the regulatory climate in the state is reflective of the shifting energy-related dynamics taking place across the country...
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    3. Covid-19 Is Rewriting the Rules of Corporate Governance

      Covid-19 Is Rewriting the Rules of Corporate Governance
      Since the onset of Covid-19, corporate boards have faced a string of difficult decisions. Take the question of dividend payments: Ordinarily, the decision would be a relatively straightforward matter of applying a stated dividend policy, following past practice, or choosing an amount based on shareholder expectations and the companys earnings for the period...
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    1. Corporate Governance is the very essence of a company.
      In 'Corporate Governance Is The Very Essence Of A Business'
    2. We believe it is a shame that Trian is trying to exploit our responsive corporate governance practices for their own self-serving purposes in the context of the proxy contest.
      In DuPont Spinoff Fans Flames In Trian Management's Scorched Earth Fight
    3. Whether it's a multi-million pound accounting error at Britain's largest supermarket chain, shareholder revolts over hefty pay-outs for FTSE executives, or corruption at the body which oversees world football, it's never been more obvious that corporate governance matters
      In 'Financial Crisis Was Not Caused By Lack Of Rules': A Call To Rethink U.K's Corporate Governance