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Title: The Committee for Economic Development (CED), Washington, DC - recommendations for better corporate governance
Date: 25-Jan-2010
Category: Announcements
Source/Author: Ben Heineman

To read the recommendations, please click here. (  PDF, 750KB)
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The Committee for Economic Development in Washington, DC, has released a set of recommendations for better corporate governance proposed by Ben Heineman, former Senior Vice President-General Counsel of GE, and now a scholar in residence at the Harvard Law School. This statement is a high cut above recent recommendations coming in the wake of the 2008 collapse of credit markets.

Many talk about the need for American business to regain public trust, but this set of recommendations is an actual plan. It can work. It’s based on values – stewardship and responsibility – and knows how the right values can be grown inside a corporation.

The CED has given us an action agenda to improve American capitalism. The Caux Round Table fully supports the proposal.

 
To read the recommendations, please click here. (  PDF, 750KB)

 

 

 



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