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    2. Shareholder Suits Target Non-Employee Director Compensation at Public Companies

      Shareholder Suits Target Non-Employee Director Compensation at Public Companies
      Recent shareholder suits show there is a heightened scrutiny of routine proxy disclosures in order to challenge non-employee director compensation. Plaintiffs attorneys are focusing on non-employee director compensation and compensation plans, particularly in comparison to peer companies a trend that was expected following the late-2017 Delaware Supreme Court decision inIn re Investors Bancorp, Inc. Stockholder Litigation. Two cases asserting allegations...
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    3. Pernod Ricard: Activist Target Pernod Boosts Board Independence with New Role

      Pernod Ricard: Activist Target Pernod Boosts Board Independence with New Role
      PARIS (Reuters) - French spirits group Pernod Ricard named business veteran Patricia Barbizet to the newly created role of lead independent director on Wednesday as it faces pressure from activist investor Elliott to improve its governance. Pernod Ricard, which makes Martell cognac and Jameson whiskey, also said longtime founding family ally and former chief executive Pierre Pringuet was stepping down as vice-chairman of the board, although he will remain a director...
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    1. He held himself personally accountable and pledged that Target would emerge a better company.
      In Target CEO Gregg Steinhafel Resigns In Data Breach Fallout
    2. Seeing the enormous progress made by these 10 top FTSE 100 companies demonstrates that the UK's voluntary, business-led approach is working. Our target of 25% women on boards by 2015 is in sight.
      In Cable: Still Not Enough Women On UK Boards
    3. Being taken over is a very personal matter for a board member and often their identity is tied to their position. If they are the target, they don't want to also be the victim and will push back where they can
      In Clash of the Egos: When Boardroom Bust-ups Derail Deals