Posts tagged ‘CEO’


Liberating the Board of Directors

Giving non-executives ultimate authority . . . and then holding them accountable

In five years – maybe sooner — Boards of Directors in the US are going to govern their companies much more freely than they do now.    


Chairman/CEO: to Split or Not to Split?

JPMorgan re-ignites the corporate governance controversy

Some saw the issue as a silly sideshow, others as a turning point in US corporate governance.

Should Jamie Dimon give up his Chairmanship of JPMorgan?  For concededly good reasons, America’s best-known banker lost some of his luster this past year on both Wall Street and Capitol Hill thanks to the “London Whale” and a succession of other management missteps on his watch. 

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Is Jamie Dimon Too Big to Fail?

So far, JPM’s CEO seems to have ably weathered the storm

If this were Europe, the regulators would be calling for his head. Recall what happened to Oswald Gruebel at UBS and Daniel Bouton at Société Générale.