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Interesting Boardroom Tussles continue in Asia | Deal Insight / Governance Insight

While the boardroom vs London CEO battle in Olympus kept Dealmakers, auditors and regulators busy most of the last Quarter, the new battles which we will focus on are no … Continue reading

February 20, 2012

After Leo Kirch will Lehman step up to sue the plate? | Crisis Insight

The Leo Kirch saga enters its 10th year where the media entrepreneur blamed Spokesman(Chairman) for denigrating the corporation on live television that per se cause it to default on its … Continue reading

February 13, 2012 · 3 Comments

A new era at Morgan Stanley and UBS?

John Mack stepped down from the Morgan Stanley Chairman and CEO position but the firm continued his anointed successor James P Gorman into the single Chairman and CEO position, avoiding … Continue reading

September 16, 2011