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The Criminalization of Company Fraud in Nineteenth-Century Britain
Introduction: The Boardroom Progressives
Obstacles clutter path to the boardroom
Views from the boardroom, 1840–55
The Power to Win is in the Community, Not the Boardroom
Legal reform emanates from the corporate boardroom, 1980–present
The Emerging Role of Independent Directors in the Boardroom
REMEMBERING PAUL MacAVOY IN THE BOARDROOM AND THE CLASSROOM
Boardroom Scandal: The Criminalization of Company Fraud in Nineteenth–Century Britain, by James Taylor
Catherine Hakim: Erotic Capital: the Power of Attraction in the Boardroom and the Bedroom
From the Boardroom to the War Room: America's Corporate Liberals and fdr's Preparedness Program
Richard E. Holl. From the Boardroom to the War Room: America's Corporate Liberals and FDR's Preparedness Program
How Much Sunlight Does it Take to Disinfect a Boardroom? A Short History of Executive Compensation Regulation in America
Richard E. Holl. From the Boardroom to the War Room: America's Corporate Liberals and FDR's Preparedness Program. Rochester, N.Y.: University of Rochester Press. 2005. Pp. x, 191. $75.00
Patricia Beard. After the Ball: Gilded Age Secrets, Boardroom Betrayals, and the Party that Ignited the Great Wall Street Scandal of 1905. New York: Harper-Collins. 2004. Pp. xiv, 402. $25.95
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1 A place where the board of directors holds its meetings.
2 Also takes the meaning in the USA of a room where a broker's clients can watch current activity in the market (cf. ticker).
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