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Chipotle Investors Propose Ousting Founder as Chairman

By stripping board leadership from Ells, who is also co-chief executive, investors would like to institute an independent chair.

Reuters

The Battle of the Titans – Ratan Tata Vs Cyrus Mistry

The 148-year old Tata Group has never seen more turbulent times before.

Aashika Jain

How Your First Board of Directors Shapes Your Company

Extending control to others is a big step. Make sure you choose the right mix of leadership and industry experience.

Ray Zinn

How to Solicit Valuable Feedback From Your Board

Your board of directors can be a huge help, but only if you prompt them to provide the right type of input.

Joel Trammell

6 Steps Young Entrepreneurs Can Take To Join a Corporate Board

Serving on a corporate board can be a rewarding way to work hard, learn a lot and collaborate with extraordinary leaders.

Caren Merrick

COO of Embattled Theranos to Retire

The company is currently being investigated by several U.S. regulators.

Reuters

Board of Directors vs. Advisory Board

Our entrepreneur expert Jeff Golfman breaks down each board and how founders can utilize them.

Jeff Golfman

American Apparel Names Former Liz Claiborne Head as Chairman

The retailer had filed for bankruptcy in October following years of losses and the ouster of founder and CEO Dov Charney.

Reuters

Activist Hedge Fund Starboard Launches Proxy Fight to Remove Yahoo Board

Starboard, which owns an estimated 1.7 percent of Yahoo, said it would nominate nine candidates as possible replacements.

Reuters

The Yahoo Board Will Discuss Future of Company, Marissa Mayer During Meeting

There are rumors that the board is considering selling its core Internet business.

Reuters

Theranos Restructures Board Amid Concerns About Its Technology

The blood testing startup has shrunk its board from 12 members to five, a move it says happened back in July.

In Your Next Board Presentation, Here's What to Lead With: People

Sure, PowerPoint data presentations will impress. But what's your 'people strategy'?

Duncan Lennox