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Board games

1 November 2017 By Reynolds Holding

Shareholder advocates say subjecting all directors to annual votes keeps firms fit, while critics like lawyer Marty Lipton argue it rewards costly short-term moves. Now a compelling study pokes holes in both views. It’s welcome progress in a testy but needed governance debate.

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