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Business gets better at the business of disclosure

Few firms have moved as dramatically up the Board Games ranks as Montreal-based Gildan Activewear, a rare manufacturer to join the top tier. André Pichette for The Globe and Mail

More firms are reaching the top tier of Report on Business's annual Board Games ranking of corporate governance practices. Rankings assess issues from board composition to compensation and shareholder rights


Gildan pulls up its socks in corporate rankings

Montreal-based clothing manufacturer climbs to second place from a bare passing mark six years ago


Not ready for the rocking chair

Companies are disclosing more details to shareholders about their retirement policies


The costs

Internal versus external management


Methodology

How the marking was done

Report on Business methodology used governance criteria that go beyond the minimum mandated by regulators


Where the old boys' club still thrives

Where everybody knows your name: For directors, it can be a very small world indeed

Trust boards: The new 'Wild West'

There are few rules and fewer standards


Income trusts under the spotlight

They could be doing a much better job


Crisis management on the agenda

Companies realize it pays to plan for the worst


Corporate Canada opening up

The largest companies make big improvements


A special report on governance

How the best companies do it


EARLIER DISCUSSION

Janet McFarland

Corporate disclosure is improving

Janet McFarland discussed the latest Board Games results

 

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