Thanks to Chris Hill for inviting VEA Vice Chair Nell Minow on the always-enlightening Motley Fool Money podcast to talk about what’s going on in corporate governance, including the SEC’s proposed rules and Goldman Sachs’ recent announcement on board diversity.
On January 13, 2020, at the Stigler Center for the Study of Economy and the State, VEA Vice Chair Nell Minow debated University of Chicago professor Steven Kaplan on the new SEC proposed rules on proxy advisory firms, moderated by Luigi Zingales.
VEA Vice Chair Nell Minow is quoted in Michael Hiltzik’s story about the worst board of 2019. This may have been overlooked, but the Boeing board of directors did Wells Fargo a big favor in 2019; it provided Wells’ directors with real competition in the race for the worst failure of leadership among major American…
VEA Vice Chair Nell Minow appeared on NPR’s On Point program with Prudential’s Peggy Foran to talk about corporate governance today, what’s better and what’s not, ESG, and what comes next.
We are delighted to announce that our Vice Chair, Nell Minow, has been named by Global Proxy Watch as one of the 10 most important influences on corporate governance in the world this year, along with VEA friends Sophie L’Helias, Christy Wood, and Cindy Fornelli.GPW says:Nell Minow eloquently called out the NAM campaign against shareowner interests through…
VEA Vice Chair Nell Minow appears on the Motley Fool Money podcast to discuss the SEC’s Proxy Roundtable, Stan Lee as a brand genius, and more.
From VEA Vice Chair Nell Minow: Many thanks to my friends at the Motley Fool Money podcast for having me on the November 20, 2015 episode to talk about finance, business, and movies — including one big movie coming out next month that is about the financial meltdown!