Posts tagged ‘LLOYD BLANKFEIN’


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.