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
Analysis of companies’ 2014 annual reports for the 30 June reporting season has highlighted some interesting trends around remuneration.
Company directors must spend time thinking about the impact of digital disruption on their business.
The not-for-profit sector has been warned against relying on mergers and acquisitions as the only solution to the challenges it faces.
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.
Confidence levels among Australia’s small-to-medium enterprises bounced back strongly last quarter, according to the latest Sensis Business Index.
Independent Senator John Madigan has vowed to vote against the abolition of the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.
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.