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    2. New Directors Appointed to Enersource Board

      New Directors Appointed to Enersource Board
      A holding company CEO and two affiliate company Presidents have been selected to lead a proposed new electric utility that will result from the merger of Enersource, Horizon Utilities and PowerStream, and the merger's subsequent purchase of Hydro One Brampton. The new company will be called 'MergeCo' until a name is chosen.
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    3. Translarity Appoints Laura Oliphant as CEO and Board Director

      Translarity Appoints Laura Oliphant as CEO and Board Director
      Semiconductor test start-up Translarity today announced the appointment of Laura Oliphant as Chief Executive Officer and a member of the board of directors. Dr. Oliphant brings more than 20 years of industry experience to her new role having previously served as Director of Intel Capital. Translarity's previous CEO, Dr. Kelly Truman, will continue to serve on the company's board of directors.
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    4. TripAdvisor, WhirlPool Board Members on Top 3 Tips for Joining a Board

      TripAdvisor, WhirlPool Board Members on Top 3 Tips for Joining a Board
      With 25% ofFortune500 company board seats turning over in the next five years, theres a powerful opportunity for more women executives to take public company board seats. Veteran board membersincluding the Boardlist founder and TripAdvisor board member Sukhinder Singh Cassidy; Gerri Elliott, the founder of Broadrooms and a director on the boards ofWhirlpool, Bed Bath and Beyond and Imperva ...
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    5. How Shareholders are Rewriting the Rules for Public Company Directors

      How Shareholders are Rewriting the Rules for Public Company Directors
      Gone are the days when a board could sequester itself behind closed doors and only encounter shareholders in line for coffee and tiny sandwiches at the annual meeting. The paradigm for shareholder communication has been set up backwards. It has been structured to protect not engage directors from shareholders by filtering contact through management ...
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    6. Playing the Board Game: Tips for Networking Onto a Corporate Board

      Playing the Board Game: Tips for Networking Onto a Corporate Board
      Legal experience alone is unfortunately not high on the list of skill sets companies are looking for to fill an open board seat. But lawyers tend to have a knack for one of the key skills necessary to join a corporate board: networking. As Sheila Ronning, CEO and founder of Women in the Boardroom explains, Lawyers do have skill sets that are useful to boards ...
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    7. What Makes a Company Board a High Performing One?

      What Makes a Company Board a High Performing One?
      Company boards' success or failure depends on myriad factors aside from legislative updates, an executive who serves on theFinancial TimesNED club advisory board has said. Patrick Dunne told an audience at EY's 'The High Performing Board' event that context,composition, capabilities, culture all combined to create a distinctive situation for each board ...
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    8. The Imperatives of a High-Performing Board

      The Imperatives of a High-Performing Board
      Corporate boards are constantly under pressure to improve their performance by expanding both the areas they oversee and the intensity with which they oversee these areas. Prescriptive regulations, empowered shareholders who challenge corporate decisions and a competitive environment that has blurred the distinction between an ally and a competitor have added to the pressure ...
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    9. Revalued: An Activist for the Poor Joins Pepsi’s Board. Is That Ethical?

      Revalued: An Activist for the Poor Joins Pepsi’s Board. Is That Ethical?
      The company haslobbied againstpublic health legislation,funded effortsto play down the obesity epidemic, sourcedpalm oilfrom conflict zones and been accused ofengagingin deceptivemarketing practices. They are saying they want these problems solved, while at the same time lobbying against public health legislation that would help ...
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    10. Oft-Divided SEC Speaks With One Voice When Suing Corporations

      Oft-Divided SEC Speaks With One Voice When Suing Corporations
      The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has released a collection of internal voting records, long held secret, that reveal it to be less divided than is commonly thought. The new data reveal that the agency's commissioners vote unanimously almost every time they take companies and executives to federal court ...
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