A challenging global economy has compelled boards of directors to focus on the future, new research reveals.
Aircraft manufacturer Embraer admitted responsibility for multiple FCPA violations in four foreign countries from 2007 to 2011.
One cause of the alleged improprieties of Wells Fargo’s incentive programs may have been clogged communications.
Selecting a particular board member for their expertise in one specific technical area may dilute the board’s breadth of expertise and standing.
The SEC has been working on a rule that could give activist investors an edge in contested board elections.
The disclosure of the legal costs arrangement follows Sumner Redstone's move to oust five board members including CEO Philippe Dauman.
A new study finds audit committees at companies that hold staggered board elections are not responsive to low shareholder approval.
T. Rowe Price mistakenly voted its 31 million shares in favor of the takeover by Dell's founder and is compensating investors to make up for it.
Shareholders will vote on a proposal to ensure Facebook "will not remain a founder-controlled company after we cease to be a founder-led company."
While the annual cost of bribery alone is an estimated $1.5 trillion to $2 trillion, the fund says the indirect damage is even higher.