The Conference Board Governance Center
is launching the Governance Center Blog
, which will provide real-time analysis of breaking topical corporate governance issues and links to the most influential resources in the corporate governance space. The blog’s main purpose is to provide directors, the C-level suite, general counsel and corporate secretaries with the latest information on such issues as executive compensation, separation of chair and CEO, shareholder proxy access, and financial reform, to name just a few.
Depending on the news cycle, the blog will be updated at least three times a week, by Corporate Governance Editor Gary Larkin
, who joins The Conference Board after four years as managing editor of KPMG’s Audit Committee Insights. In addition to posts from Mr. Larkin, the Governance Center will invite key corporate governance experts to be guest contributors.
In addition to the posts, the blog will have links to well-known corporate governance blogs, such as the Harvard Law School Corporate Governance Forum, Corporate Governance Network blog, The Corporate Library Blog and Compliance Week blogs. There will also be links to such resources as KPMG’s Audit Committee Institute
, PWC’s U.S. Corporate Governance
Web site, the SEC
and various corporate governance publications.
We would like to welcome you to become a subscriber to the Governance Center Blog, a free service of The Conference Board Governance Center. All you have to do is click on the subscribe button on the right sidebar.
We look forward to being your No. 1 source for corporate governance news. If you have any questions, are interested in being a guest contributor or have a news tip, contact Gary Larkin at 212-339-0320, firstname.lastname@example.org
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