« Marathon Oil, Parker Hannifin and Black Rock take top spots as governance strength at other prominent companies goes down ».
- The presence of the best and brightest in American business continues to decline on the boards of the country’s most important companies, compounded by boards shrinking in size.
- Dramatically and measurably, weak boards lower share prices, specifically, and, more generally, but importantly, sink confidence in how well boards are doing their jobs – all at a time of continuing economy fragility.
- Shareholder activism, though widely reported and often applauded, has changed nothing – among investor advocates, in fact, cronyism is alive and well.
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