HP Update: “Conduct Unbecoming A Public Company Board Of Directors”

Remember Spygate, HP’s undercover operation against its own board and journalists? Well, now we have Hurd-gate, according to Mike Arrington…

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5 Miners Hoisted to Freedom in Chile

Tears certainly came to my eyes as I watched the rescue effort tonight. I recalled working side by side with…

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Tom Donilon as National Security Advisor: Obama circles the wagons

Steve Clemons at the New America Foundation is convinced the appointment of Tom Donilon as Obama’s replacement for General Jones…

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New HP Chair Ray Lane: HP Board Did Not Tell Investors the Whole Story Behind Hurd Ouster

SEE UPDATES AT END. Apparently the HP Board did not tell investors everything there was to know about the ouster…

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New York Times: The Hypocritical HP Board

Joe Nocera at the Times takes the board of directors at HP to task for hiring as its new CEO…

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The Myth of the Non-State Actor: Taliban/Pakistan Links Clearer

Ever wonder how the US can evade the longstanding principles of international law and use assassination, torture and secret jails…

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SEC Puts Proxy Access on Hold

This is a setback for the corporate governance movement. Business representatives so fear their own shareholders that they are suing…

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SAG Update: Radicals Sag, Moderates Lay Down With Lions

In a stunning development, Membership First, the radical faction of the Screen Actors’ Guild, was pushed completely out of power…

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HP – Poster Child For Proxy Access

Back in 2008 I found myself in a somewhat heated exchange with Yale’s Jeffrey Sonnenfeld at a conference at the…

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