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09 Sep 2009

John Wilcox is one of the 28 leaders who joined and signed the Statement of the Aspen Institute Business & Society Program's Corporate Values Strategy Group

Aspen Institute
The document contains a call to end the focus on value-destroying short-termism and create public policies that reward long-term value creation for investors and the public good. ...

01 Aug 2009

Report on 'CEO Succession Planning

The Conference Board
The Conference Board Executive Action Report on "CEO Succession Planning", published in August 2009 was co-authored by Wilcox …

04 Jun 2009

Corporate Governance Predictions in the wake of the Global Economic Crisis

American Society
John Wilcox is one of the panellists of the corporate governance session of the Latin the Chairman American Cities Conference, hosted by the American Society / Council of Americas in...

24 Apr 2009

'Comparative Analysis of European Legislation dealing with Takeover Bids'

It is meant to help companies and their advisors to understand and deal effectively with the interplay of Takeover Regulation within the European Union and the local markets. …

01 Dec 2008

Seoul Purpose

IR Magazine
The article describes the most typical features of the South Korean market and discusses how the more forward-thinking South Korean firms are aiming at attracting foreign investment,...

01 Jul 2008

A 'common sense' approach to shareholder value

The Corporate Governance Advisor
A contribution from John Wilcox on one of the hottest topics of the past U.S. Proxy Seasons. …

01 Jan 2008

'Say on pay' is not a slippery slope

Directors & Boards
John Wilcox gives 10 reasons for which an advisory vote on executive compensation makes sense for both companies and shareholders. …