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The Growing Importance of Corporate Governance

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Published on Dec 5, 2013

Why do we value corporate governance? Executive Director of The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics Kirk O. Hanson interviews John Noble, vice chancellor, Delaware Court of Chancery. Definitions of "value" are discussed, as well as standards of behavior for boards. Other questions for consideration include: Are there limits on what actions shareholders can take? What about corporate conduct and charters? How are decisions made and challenges met? What are the moral, legal, and ethical implications of corporate governance? Studies suggest good corporate governance adds value, but not conclusively. It's more likely that bad corporate governance subtracts value. In the end, good corporate governance means that your board is meeting its fiduciary responsibilities, making informed judgements, and putting needs of company stockholders first.

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