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Guhan Subramanian, the Joseph Flom Professor of Law and Business at Harvard Law School, writes about how we need to return to first principles rather than meander toward “best practices.”

This article was first published in the March 2015 issue of Harvard Business Review.

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Great summary of latest developments

Didn't know that the activists shareholders vs boards issue was so widespread. Seems that having a staggered board is a good mechanism to keep the barbarians at the gates far enough.

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Interesting ideas but needs more depth

Interesting ideas proposed but being in the UK makes them not quite so relevant, also need more structure and depth

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