What the boss is for

ARTICLE - When Alan Greenspan, chairman of the US Federal Reserve Board, observed in a recent speech that "the CEO-dominant paradigm will likely continue to be viewed as the most viable form of corporate governance", he stepped into a minefield claimed Tuesday's FT in London.

Report from the Financial Times, 23 July.

Writing in the Financial Times yesterday Alastair Ross Goobey, chairman of the International Corporate Governance Network, described his argument as "nonsense on stilts".

Many other

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