The Boardroom Report
Volume 12 | Issue 24 | 10 December 2014
Repeal bill passes lower house
The 100-member rule, which enables 100 shareholders to call an extraordinary general meeting, may finally be heading for extinction.
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Also in this issue
Seventy new recipients of diversity scholarships under a joint Australian Institute of Company Directors and federal government program have been revealed.
Boards look set to face their biggest test since the global financial crisis in the coming year, according to the latest issue of Company Director magazine.
A study of Harvard Business School graduates has revealed some fascinating insights into the persistence of the gender gap among business leaders.
Employers look set to benefit from $20 million in savings when the government expands access to the Small Business Superannuation Clearing House next year.
Australia has climbed to sixth place in a global report measuring contributions to charity around the world.
The Australasian Investor Relations Association has released an updated version of its best practice investor relations guidelines.
Two female non-executive directors have been appointed to the Mirvac Group board.