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    2. Should CEOs Double as Board Chairs? Increasingly S&P 500 Companies are Saying No

      Should CEOs Double as Board Chairs? Increasingly S&P 500 Companies are Saying No
      ATT said this week that it would split the role of board chair and chief executive when its current chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson steps down. The move will put ATT , which owns CNN's parent company WarnerMedia, among a majority of large, publicly traded US companies that are now opting to keep those two roles separate...
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    3. Boeing's CEO Should be Removed as Chairman of the Company's Board Amid its 737 Max Crisis, a Major Shareholder Advisor Says

      Boeing's CEO Should be Removed as Chairman of the Company's Board Amid its 737 Max Crisis, a Major Shareholder Advisor Says
      A major proxy advisor is urging Boeing investors to require an independent board chairman at the company's annual meeting on April 29. Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg currently serves as an independent director of the company's board. ISS says the board needs an independent chairman if it wants to weather the crisis that has seen the 737 Max, its best-selling plane, grounded worldwide for more than a month...
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    4. More U.S. Companies Separating Chief Executive and Chairman Roles

      More U.S. Companies Separating Chief Executive and Chairman Roles
      A push by corporate governance experts, shareholders and, in some cases, regulators to untangle the chairman and chief executive positions at U.S. public companies is gaining traction. The percentage of SP 500 companies whose chief executives also serve as chairman reached 45.6% in 2018, compared with 48.7% the year before and the lowest percentage in at least a decade, according to data compiled for The Wall Street ...
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    5. Citigroup Just Made a Big Decision About its Board of Directors That is Rare Across Wall Street

      Citigroup Just Made a Big Decision About its Board of Directors That is Rare Across Wall Street
      Citigroup's board has chosen John Dugan, the former head of the OCC, to be its next chairman, according to a company statement. Dugan will replace Mike O'Neill, who's leaving after hitting the mandatory retirement age of 72, on January 1. The choice of Dugan rather than Citi CEO Mike Corbat, also thought to be in the running for the role, preserves a split between the chairman and ...
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    6. AutoNation Shareholders Vote Against Split in Chair, CEO Roles

      AutoNation Shareholders Vote Against Split in Chair, CEO Roles
      ...who has owned stock in AutoNation since 2000, was rejected by 72 percent of shareholders. Chevedden is an activist shareholder who makes proposals at the nations largest companies. He has had some success in getting proposals approved. He couldnt immediately be reached for comment after the vote because he was not at the meeting. The proposal was made in person by Heather Mar, who did not otherwise identify herself....
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