You gotta scratch your head sometimes

Sutton, Gary
September 2010
Directors & Boards;2010 3rd Quarter, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p10
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the author's view on board of directors in the U.S. He mentions that directors who are too busy cannot harm business as much as the directors who have too much time in their hands. He notes that the worst director is the one who looks for work. He cites chief executive officers (CEO) Ed Whitacre and Dan Akerson of General Motors Corp. (GM).


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