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August 11, 2022

What’s the Return on Investment of Your Board?

Companies invest significant time and effort to support the work of the board. There are costs re...

By Kris Pederson

August 10, 2022

How Overseeing Talent Can Protect Your M&A Deal

One of the most positive things to come out of the pandemic period is that the employee experienc...

By Julie van Waveren

August 8, 2022

Improving Board Performance in Disruptive Times

A global survey of about 1,500 corporate directors found that directors “are not pleased with the...

By Jim DeLoach

July 28, 2022

Increasing Geopolitical Risks Raise Disclosure Issues

Over the past two years, public companies in the United States have faced an unpredictable risk e...

By Richard Zelichov and Trevor T. Garmey

July 27, 2022

Leading an Effective CEO Transition: It’s a Journey, Not an Event

Leadership transition is an ongoing process and every company is on this journey—whether delibera...

By David Swinford

July 25, 2022

Plastic and Recyclability Litigation: Best Practices to Minimize Risk

The disruptive increase in plastic-related environmental, social, and governance (ESG) litigation...

By Mark Goodman and Christina M. Wong

July 21, 2022

Talent Remains a Top Concern for Boards Ahead of Growing Inflation, New Report Finds

NACD released findings from the 2022 NACD Public Company Board Practices and Oversight Survey rep...

By NACD Editors

July 20, 2022

Beyond the Buzz: Building Cyber Resilience

Resilience is everywhere these days, in analyst reports, marketing materials, and board tables. W...

By James Turgal

July 13, 2022

US Private and Not-for-Profit Companies Still Face D&O Insurance Headwinds as Market Improves

Many private and not-for-profit companies purchasing directors and officers’ liability insurance ...

By Matthew McLellan

July 12, 2022

Should Your Company Go Private?

Going private is a growing a trend, and one that more boards might wish to evaluate. For public c...

By Mandy Wright