Board of Directors

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  1. The Top 4 Nike Shareholders (NKE)

    Learn about the history of Nike Inc. and the top five individual shareholders who ...
  2. The Top 4 Starbucks Shareholders (SBUX)

    Learn about the origins of Starbucks Corporation, its focus on continuing to grow, ...
  3. The Top 5 Johnson & Johnson Shareholders (JNJ)

    Learn about the origins of Johnson & Johnson as the company turns 130 and the health ...
  4. Redstone Ousts Viacom CEO, Board Member From ...

    Sumner Redstone is looking to protect his empire in the event of his death incompetentcy. ...
  5. 3 Dividend Trends in the S&P 500 Index (TSN, ...

    Analyzing recent financial performance of companies demonstrating an inclination ...
  6. Twitter Adds Two New Members to Its Board (TWTR)

    The fact that Twitter didn't have a woman representation on its board has been a ...
  1. Do ETFs have a board of directors?

    Yes. An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is a type of security that tracks a basket of assets or an index (such as an index fund), ...
  2. Who is responsible for protecting and managing shareholders' interests?

    The average shareholder, who is typically not involved in the day-to-day operations of the company, relies on several parties ...
  3. What is a staggered board?

    A staggered board of directors (also known as a classified board) is a board that is made up of different classes of directors. ...
  4. What is the difference between a president and a chief executive officer? Can there ...

    In general, the chief executive officer (CEO) is thought of as the highest ranking officer in a company while the president ...
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