America’s frustration with establishment politicians is radiating to boardrooms as shareholder anger grows toward directors who have not protected them against falling stock values and risk-taking.
That’s why incumbent directors will face more pressure than ever this year to give up their seats, says Roger Kenny, head of board practice for search firm CTPartners. He also predicts more shareholder suits will be part of this backlash against directors.
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