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January 17, 2020

New NACD Report Provides Insight into Emerging Board Matters for 2020

According to this year’s Governance Outlook report, these are the emerging matters boards s...

By Reaa Chadha

January 9, 2020

Executives and Directors View Economic Conditions and Technological and Regulatory Disruption as Top Risks in 2020

A recent global survey by Protiviti and North Carolina State University’s Enterprise Risk M...

By Jim DeLoach

January 9, 2020

At CES, A Focus on Sustainability

Tours of the show floor on the third day of NACD’s CES Experience 2020, in partnership with...

By Mandy Wright

January 8, 2020

Start-Ups and Sensorization Rule the Day at CES

During the first half of NACD’s CES Experience 2020, in partnership with Grant Thornton, st...

By Mandy Wright

January 6, 2020

What’s in Store for Director-Centric CES Tour

What should you expect during this year’s CES Experience, hosted by NACD and Grant Thornton...

By Mandy Wright

December 17, 2019

Auditors Can Help Directors Cope with the Changing Information Landscape

Auditors can help fill existing and growing gaps in assured information.

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By Julie Bell Lindsay

December 12, 2019

In 2020, Directors Worry About Balancing Economic Downturn, Business-Model Disruption

The results of our 2019-2020 NACD Public Company Governance Survey are in, and boards face disrup...

By Barton Edgerton

November 20, 2019

Keeping Up with Breaches: What Your Board Can Learn from Proxy Disclosures

Looking at the proxy disclosures of companies who have survived a breach can help your board stre...

By Paula Loop

November 18, 2019

Thoughts on the BRT Statement on the Purpose of the Corporation

Did the BRT’s recent statement really alter how companies approach the relationship with th...

By Thomas A. Cole

November 15, 2019

Alignment on Risk Management Is Dangerously Askew

Perceptions of risk management capabilities vary widely between the board and C-suite, and this m...

By Richard F. Chambers