Term limits on corporate boards

Heidrick, Robert L.
May 1993
Corporate Board;May/Jun93, Vol. 14 Issue 80, p1
Trade Publication
Focuses on the growing number of corporations imposing term limits for elected board members. Chief executive officers' arguments on why term limits should not be imposed; Benefits of term limits for directors and companies; Concerns over training of new directors; Recruitment problems. INSET: Is it time to say goodbye?..


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