Scoundrels In The C-Suite: How Should The Board Respond When A CEO’s Bad Behavior Makes The News?

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Scoundrels In The C-Suite: How Should The Board Respond When A CEO’s Bad Behavior Makes The News?

Scoundrels In The C-Suite: How Should The Board Respond When A CEO’s Bad Behavior Makes The News?

David F. Larcker
Stanford University – Graduate School of Business

Brian Tayan
Stanford University – Graduate School of Business

Massif Capital’s Top Short Bets In The Real Asset Space [Exclisuve]

Screenshot 2022 08 10 18.57.51 1Since its founding by Will Thomson and Chip Russell in June 2016, the Massif Capital Real Asset Strategy has outperformed all of its real asset benchmarks. Since its inception, the long/short equity fund has returned 9% per annum net, compared to 6% for the Bloomberg Commodity Index, 3% for the 3 MSCI USA Infrastructure index Read More

May 10, 2016

Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Closer Look Series: Topics, Issues and Controversies in Corporate Governance No. CGRP-57
Stanford University Graduate School of Business Research Paper No. 16-23

Abstract:

The board of director has a responsibility to investigate credible allegations that management has e