by Gary Larkin
With proxy season in full gear, a myriad of corporate
governance issues once again is front and center at many annual meetings.
Whether it's board structure, diversity, corporate social responsibility,
executive compensation or shareholder dialogue, these issues are either
included in shareholder resolutions or have become disclosures in the proxy
What better way to truly enjoy the proxy season than with
some light reading on those issues and what it all means for boards and everyone
else in the corporate governance space. In the past couple of weeks, I have
been reading some meaningful commentaries and corporate governance reports
about the 2011 season. One is a commentary from a well-known New York law firm
on how to achieve "truly good corporate governance." Another is a report from a
blue ribbon panel on the future of corporate boards. And two others are the
annual corporate governance reports from two important institutional investors.
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