The Information That Boards Really Need - In the wake of corporate scandals have come charges that boards were asleep at the wheel, neglecting shareholder interests while management lined its pockets. But in many cases directors may simply have lacked the information necessary to judge executives' true role in their companies' rise and fall. By using discounted-cash-flow valuations, directors can ...
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