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Unformatted text preview: be sure the company is well run and stockholders’ interests are protected. d) How does Sarbannes-Oxley fit into the discussion of corporate governance? Sarbannes-Oxley fits into this discussion because it took the legal steps to make sure that companies are run fairly. Good corporate governance isn’t a law. Sarbannes-Oxley however is a law. It requires independence of auditors, detailed financial discloser. It requires CEOs and CFOs to certify financial statements. It takes the necessary steps to keep businesses legal. 2) 1) As a corporate governance advisor, how do you make sure that your corporate governance stays in place as well? 2) The website seems to give all the needs of a good corporate governance, what role does your company play other than telling people these things? 3) Under Board-Management Processes and Relations, it talks about succession planning. What exactly does this mean?...
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- Spring '08
- Board of Director