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UPDATED AT 8:34 AM EDT Thursday, Apr. 21, 2005
Peter Godsoe, former head of Scotiabank and a member of five different boards, was courted by various companies for years. 'I told them when I am fully retired I will look at it.'
Photo: Kevin Van Paassen/The Globe and Mail
Peter Godsoe, former head of Scotiabank and a member of five different boards, was courted by various companies for years. 'I told them when I am fully retired I will look at it.'
Demand for diversity and financial and international experience among directors is growing
9:09 AM | FULL STORY Key
Leaders say that after much difficult reform, boards now must turn their attention to the execution of strategy
8:48 AM | FULL STORY Key
CoolBrands leads firms who fail to get passing grade in annual ROB scorecard
8:49 AM | FULL STORY Key
Companies are planning for the worst as the costs of being wrong skyrocket
8:34 AM | FULL STORY Key
A priority of a watchdog group is to see slate voting ended in Canada
8:49 AM | FULL STORY Key
More and more companies are evaluating the quality of their boards
8:54 AM | FULL STORY Key
Tougher rules and shareholder pressure have pushed Corporate Canada to appoint a far greater number of independent directors to their boards and key committees
8:47 AM | FULL STORY Key
Picks younger, female director after launching search outside board network
9:10 AM | FULL STORY Key
Keyboard
A detailed breakdown of how the companies scored
7:26 AM | FULL STORY Key
McFarland
Directors joining the optimists' club
8:51 AM | FULL STORY Key
 



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