John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance

2010 Media Coverage

Charles Elson, director of the Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, has been quoted in the following:

12/26 2010 Boston Globe From The Pentagon to the Private Sector
12/3 2010 Cincinatti Enquirer Chiquita-Jager Split Raises Questions
12/2 2010 Forbes Ford Family’s Stake Is Smaller, But They’re Richer and Firmly In Control
11/28 2010 Buffalo News Serious Problems Forced Wilmington Trust to Sell Out
11/23 2010 Bloomberg Airgas Wins Ruling Invalidating Annual-Meeting Bylaw
11/9 2010 Buffalo News Suit Filed In M&T’s Buyout Proposal
11/8 2010 Bloomberg Wilmington Trust Sued By Investor Over M&T Deal
11/6 2010 Wall Street Journal Alpha Stokes Buyout Interest In Rival Massey
10/30 2010 The Independent Wall Street’s Fat Cats Are About To Get Even Fatter
10/26 2010 Financial Times BofA Shares Slide On Affidavit Troubles
10/18 2010 Wall Street Journal Goldman Pushes Its Image Rehab
10/14 2010 Financial Times Bloomberg to Retain Rattner In Private Role
10/13 2010 Market Watch Chamber Suit May Delay Director Election Rule
10/11 2010 Wall Street Journal Wall Street Pay: A Record $144 Billion
10/10 2010 Columbus Dispatch Reforms Empower Investors Demanding Executive-Pay Votes
10/4 2010 Bloomberg SEC Delays Proxy-Access Rules Amid Legal Challenge
10/1 2010 Reuters PREVIEW-US Gas Suppliers Take Buyout Fight To Court
10/1 2010 Bloomberg Airgas Trial Over Air Products Takeover Bid To Focus On Annual Meeting
9/22 2010 CFO Will New Proxy Rules Pose Board Risks?
9/21 2010 Compliance Week Did Mark Hurd Deserve To Be Fired From HP? Yes
9/19 2010 Philadelphia Inquirer PHA’s Setup Blocks Mayor, Abets Abuses
9/15 2010 Wall Street Journal Contract Doesn’t Let Board Fire CEO For Jail Term
9/15 2010 Knowledge @ Wharton Walking ‘On Eggshells’: Corporate Boards Juggle Many Intangibles When Judging Performance
9/12 2010 Sunday Tribune Public vs Private The Great Health Care Debate
9/10 2010 Philadelphia Inquirer Philadelphia Housing Authority Aide To Board Chairman Unusual Among Boards In City
9/9 2010 Reuters eBay Stake In Craigslist Restored But No Board Seat
9/5 2010 Los Angeles Times  
9/1 2010 San Francisco Gate CEOs Who Cut Jobs Got Paid More, Study Says
8/30 2010 Financial Times Dodd-Frank Act Presents Companies With A PR Minefield
8/26 2010 Business Week Dan Akerson Takes the Wheel At GM
8/25 2010 Bloomberg SEC Approves Rule That May Make It Easier To Remove Directors
8/25 2010 Market Watch SEC Approves Rule Giving Shareholders New Power
8/24 2010 Wall Street Journal Hyatt Director Gets a Status Makeover
8/23 2010 Los Angeles Times Pesky Shareholder Activists Gain Influence
8/16 2010 Bloomberg Mark Hurd Gave HP’s Board Many Reasons For Ouster: Ann Woolner
8/15 2010 Market Watch Ex-CFO of HP May Get $40 Million
8/13 2010 Financial Times Hurd Set For pay-Out Due To Contract Loophole
8/13 2010 Financial Times Corporate Ethics: Moral Hazards
8/9 2010 Reuters HP’s Hurd Latest CEO To Get Lucrative Exit Payout
8/9 2010 Fox Business HP’s Hurd: Did The Punishment Fit the Crime?
8/9 2010 Wall Street Journal CEOs Ethical Lapses Put Boards In Tough Spots
8/8 2010 Wall Street Journal Hurd Neglected to Follow H-P Code
8/8 2010 Financial Times Experts Back HP on Hurd Exit
8/7 2010 San Francisco Chronicle Can Preppy Look Save American Apparel Empire?
8/3 2010 National Public Radio Countrywide to Pay $600 Million Settlement
7/31 2010 New York Times The Academic-Industrial Complex
7/29 2010 Market Watch Carly Fiorina’s Muddle Legacy In Silicon Valley
7/28 2010 Big Money  
7/25 2010 Reuters Bankers Cut Pay – A Wee Bit – To Calm Legislatures
7/23 2010 Economic Times Wall Street Banks Scale Back Pay — For now
7/19 2010 Trading Markets  
7/18 2010 Baltimore Sun Maryland CEO Compensation Rose and Fell With Corporate and Stock Market Fortunes
7/16 2010 Wilmington News Journal  
7/15 2010 American Public Media Marketplace JP Morgan’s Success Not What It Seems
7/13 2010 Financial Times Penthouse is Open to Working with Hefner
7/2 2010 Baltimore Business Journal Pay fell for many Baltimore execs in ’09
6/29 2010 Wall Street Journal Ruling Means Few Changes for Companies Under Sarbanes-Oxley
6/28 2010 LA Observed Most of Sarbanes-Oxley stays
6/26 2010 Wilmington News Journal  
6/21 2010 Compliance Week When to Consider Splitting CEO, Chairman Roles
6/21 2010 How much does the boss make?
6/18 2010 Bloomberg Businessweek GM Board Member Kresa Said to Retire as Soon as July (Update3)
6/15 2010 Compliance Week Elson, Hubbard Lead Study Group on Corporate Boards
6/14 2010 Chicago Tribune Sara Lee CEO Barnes discloses she had a stroke
6/12 2010 The boss’s pay isn’t always linked to company’s size or profitability
6/11 2010 In Vivo Deals of the Week Screams ¡GOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLL!
6/10 2010 UDaily UD alum writes book on Lehman, financial crisis and important lessons learned
6/9 2010 Wilmington News Journal UD professor in the lineup with some big hitters
6/7 2010 UDaily Elson to lead blue ribbon panel of leaders in corporate governance study
6/7 2010 American Public Media Marketplace BP on the hook for billions in claims
6/4 2010 Reuters Analysis: Goldman silence on probe a model others will avoid?
6/2 2010 Reuters Benmosche looks safe despite AIA deal failure
6/2 2010 Wilmington News Journal  
5/29 2010 Wilmington News Journal  
5/28 2010 Fifth Third names ex-FDIC boss as chairman; Kabat remains CEO
5/27 2010 News & Observer After bankruptcy, $15 million to say ‘bye’
5/20 2010 Wilmington News Journal  
5/19 2010 Wilmington News Journal  
5/18 2010  
5/7 2010 Wall Street Journal Holder Blasts Omnicom Over Grants of Options
5/4 2010 Wall Street Journal Shareholders Rebuke Motorola Over Pay Practices
5/4 2010 Sydney Morning Herald Excessive pay levels face court
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4/22 2010 Charleston Gazette Massey board again defends Don Blankenship
4/20 2010 Handelsblatt  
4/19 2010 Market Place Senate bill debates derivative deals
4/19 2010 New York Post Goldman bosses hid feds’ probe
4/18 2010 Wilmington News Journal  
4/18 2010 Austin American Statesman UT professor a board member at mine involved in West Virginia disaster
4/2 2010 The Daily Deal  
4/2 2010 Bloomberg JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs Resist Nuns’ Proposal for Greater Swaps Disclosure
3/30 2010 WNYC Audio  
3/23 2010 Philadelphia Inquirer Hershey breaks policy in naming director, 75
3/22 2010 Business Week AIG Chief Benmosche Nominated to Credit Suisse Board (Update1)
3/18 2010 A Week In The Boardroom Audio  
3/16 2010 ROC Now  
3/15 2010 AZ Central Principal presses teachers to buy, sell Mary Kay makeup
3/10 2010 Baltimore Sun Black & Decker defends Archibald’s relationship with board member
3/8 2010 DEAL Lawyers Proxy Season Preview: Takeover Defenses
3/5 2010 Business Week Coca-Cola May Pay Allen & Co. $15 Million Deal Fee (Update1)
3/1 2010 MarketWatch Goldman Sachs warns of hit from bad publicity
3/1 2010 Wall Street Journal Goldman Lists New ‘Risk’: Bad Press
2/27 2010 The Charlotte Observer  
2/24 2010 Business Week Apple Names ‘Outsider’ to Serve as Co-Lead Director (Update2)
2/18 2010 Winnipeg Free Press General Electric CEO declines bonus for 2008
2/12 2010 Wilmington News Journal  
2/6 2010 Financial Times  
2/4 2010 Globe and Mail  
2/3 2010 Marketplace (Audio Interview) Firms adopt clawback rules to stem risk
1/26 2010 Bloomberg (YouTube) Elson Says AIG Should Have Followed Regular Bankruptcy: Video
1/22 2010 Market Watch Frank: We’re going to have big investors disclose votes
1/14 2010 US financial crisis probe may be too late
1/13 2010 Reuters Barons of Wall St concede failures; no apology
1/13 2010 Wilmington News Journal  
1/12 2010 In Vivo Blog Limiting Stock For Docs On Boards Could Crimp Pharma
1/11 2010 Wall Street Journal Boards Turn to Smaller Pay Advisers to Avoid Conflicts
1/11 2010 New York Times  
1/11 2010 KNX Radio (Inside the Audio)  
1/5 2010 Wall Street Journal  
1/4 2010 ABC News  
01/04 2010 CNBC Novartis & Alcon: Fair for All?

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