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    2. MRAG Plans to Fight for Rockwell Medical Shareholders’ Right to Vote for New Directors and Improved Board Governance

      MRAG Plans to Fight for Rockwell Medical Shareholders’ Right to Vote for New Directors and Improved Board Governance
      NEW YORK, March 25, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Medical Resource Acquisition Group, LLC (MRAG), an investment company focused on facilitating the advancement of innovative healthcare companies, intends to ensure Rockwell Medical, Inc. (RMTI; NASDAQ) shareholders will not have their voting rights suppressed by the Rockwell Board of Directors...
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    3. Dysfunction in the Boardroom

      Dysfunction in the Boardroom
      For years women have sought greater representation on corporate boards. And most boards say they want more diversity. So why did women hold only 16.6% ofFortune500 board seats in 2012? And why, for the past six years, has that percentage been relatively flat, increasing by just two points, according to data from the research firm Catalyst?
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    1. PwC's Center for Board Governance has an unmatched breadth and depth of expertise in governance that we apply for the benefit of companies and their shareholders, the capital markets and as part of PwC's commitment to quality.
      In PwC Names Mary Ann Cloyd to Lead its Center for Board Governance
    2. If you look at the modern thought process around board governance, the title of chair is not the key.
      Brian Moynihan in BofA CEO Calls Board Decision on Chairman ‘Right Thing To Do’
    3. We take our responsibilities with regard to corporate governance very seriously particularly in areas such as executive pay, board governance, employee diversity, audit management and relations with external stakeholders.
      In GlaxoSmithKline Falls to Bottom of Good Governance Survey