The Boardroom Report

Volume 12 | Issue 21 | 31 October 2014

Directors vocal on board composition

Findings from PwC’s US 2014 Corporate Directors Survey shows 36 per cent of directors believe that a fellow board member should be replaced.

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Also in this issue

  • Executive pay to remain static

    Analysis of companies’ 2014 annual reports for the 30 June reporting season has highlighted some interesting trends around remuneration.

  • Thodey’s warning on digital disruption

    Company directors must spend time thinking about the impact of digital disruption on their business.

  • M&A not the solution for NFPs

    The not-for-profit sector has been warned against relying on mergers and acquisitions as the only solution to the challenges it faces.

  • ESS changes to buoy start-ups

    Changes to employee share schemes proposed by the federal government will significantly improve Australian start-ups’ ability to secure top talent from around the world.

  • SME confidence rebounds

    Confidence levels among Australia’s small-to-medium enterprises bounced back strongly last quarter, according to the latest Sensis Business Index.

  • ACNC abolition hangs in balance

    Independent Senator John Madigan has vowed to vote against the abolition of the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.

     

  • Apple co-founder joins UTS

    Apple Computer co-founder Steve Wozniak has joined the University of Technology Sydney as an adjunct professor, the first adjunct appointment he has accepted at any university.