The board of directors, which once seemed above the fray, is increasingly in the thick of itfending off everything from bad publicity to nasty lawsuits
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Corporate directors, who once seemed above the fray, are increasingly in the thick of it-fending off everything from bad publicity to nasty lawsuits
Corporate directors, who once seemed above the fray, are increasingly in the thick of itfending off everything from bad publicity to nasty lawsuits
... F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd.). From playground...debates in the press, corporate boardrooms, and every branch of government...
...Bridgepoint's $678 million buyout of sandwich chain Pret A Manger (Europe) Ltd. Barter helped establish the firm's private equity arm in...
...assistant U.S. attorney in Manhattan, have proved valuable even in corporate boardrooms. Heineman points to a litigator's responsibility to communicate legal concepts quickly...
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