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December 21, 2020

As World Debates Corporate Vaccine Mandates, Boards Should Prepare

Any corporate decision around mandating that employees get vaccinated against COVID-19 will be co...

By Michael W. Peregrine

December 16, 2020

Poll of Directors Reveals M&A Challenges as COVID-19 Persists

According to a recent poll, 86.1 percent of directors say that the pandemic has affected their ab...

By Ted Sikora

December 7, 2020

Directors Reflect on How a Vaccine and the Election Will Shape the Coming Year

Planning for 2021, many directors are most concerned with the coronavirus vaccine, continuing rem...

By Mandy Wright

December 2, 2020

Leading Minds Discuss What Directors Should Expect in 2021

As a chaotic year comes to a close, questions loom as to how the health and humanitarian crises w...

By Jesse Rhodes

November 13, 2020

At CVS Health, the Pandemic Affirms Rather Than Alters Strategy

Thomas M. Moriarty, general counsel at CVS Health, talks about the company’s role as a corp...

By Judy Warner

November 6, 2020

The COVID-19 Challenge: Decisions, Outcomes, and How to Play the Game

The decisions made by management to address the impact of COVID-19 are not unlike a one-time coin...

By David A. Wilson

October 30, 2020

Bank Board Members Address COVID-19 in Compensation Design

How are boards looking at 2020 and 2021 compensation design in light of COVID-19? Taking a deep d...

By Mandy Wright

October 29, 2020

Auditor Resilience Contributes to Capital Markets during the Pandemic

One often overlooked contributor to the stability of capital markets is public-company auditors, ...

By Julie Bell Lindsay

September 11, 2020

Revving to Reopen: Considerations from Fortune 500 Committee Chairs

During virtual meetings with NACD and its partners, Fortune 500 committee chairs concluded that t...

By Marcel Bucsescu

September 2, 2020

Operational Resilience Gets a Makeover in the ‘New Normal’

The COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be an object lesson on how severe operational risk can be.

By Jim DeLoach