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April 22, 2021

NACD Joins Climate Governance Initiative as US Host Chapter

The CGI has established a global network of national and regional chapters in more than 12 countr...

By NACD Editors

April 7, 2021

A Humanitarian Force Whose Words Matter

Corporate board members have much to learn from other directors, especially those such as former ...

By Judy Warner

April 1, 2021

The Fed’s New Guidance Speaks to Resiliency and Effectiveness for All Boards

Recent principles-based guidance from the Fed reinforces the existing lexicon concerning minimum ...

By Jim DeLoach

March 25, 2021

Busy Director Neglects Board Duty While CEO’s Actions Raise Questions, What Should She Do?

An investor raises concerns to an absentee director about a CEO’s actions. In this article ...

By Julie Garland McLellan

March 5, 2021

Directors Rank Top 2021 Trends, Reveal Room for Improvement in New Survey

A recent NACD report offers insight into the trends that directors feel are most likely to impact...

By Ted Sikora

February 16, 2021

Are Boards Too Civil?

Key to surviving and thriving under today’s demanding conditions is sound corporate governa...

By Richard F. Chambers

February 12, 2021

BlackRock Envisions a Net-Zero Future: How Can Boards Prepare?

In his latest letter, Larry Fink doubled down on BlackRock’s assertion that climate risk is...

By Melissa Paschall

February 9, 2021

GNDI Survey Highlights How COVID-19 Will Reshape Corporate Governance

In August, NACD launched a survey on behalf of the Global Network of Director Institutes to ask d...

By Andrew Lepczyk

February 3, 2021

Fink’s 2021 Letter Highlights New Issues, New Priorities for Boards

Larry Fink’s 2021 letter to CEOs, part of which focuses on a new goal of achieving net-zero...

By Friso van der Oord

January 20, 2021

Watch for More Hostile Takeover Attempts in 2021

The events of last year brewed today’s optimal conditions for hostile takeover bids—and in ...

By Jay Frankl, David Farkas, and Robert Kueppers