Category | How Corporate Democracy Became a Hoax

Coming soon – Unsettled Trades & Corporate Governance

I mention on the front page of Deep Capture that I am writing these chapters one-by-one, section-by-section, and not in any special order (at least, not in one I will reveal here).

You are reading this because I have yet to post an opening blog for the chapter, “Corporate Governance Has Become a Hoax.” That’s OK: continue clicking down the list of chapters, as I am adding content to some of the later ones first. Check back in a few weeks for the first blog of this chapter.

Regards,
Patrick

PS If you don’t want to wait, you can get a great explanation from this Bloomberg article on the Corporate Voting Charade.

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Coming soon – Unsettled Trades & Corporate Governance

I mention on the front page of Deep Capture that I am writing these chapters one-by-one, section-by-section, and not in any special order (at least, not in one I will reveal here).

You are reading this because I have yet to post an opening blog for the chapter, “Corporate Governance Has Become a Hoax.” That’s OK: continue clicking down the list of chapters, as I am adding content to some of the later ones first. Check back in a few weeks for the first blog of this chapter.

Regards,
Patrick

PS If you don’t want to wait, you can get a great explanation from this Bloomberg article on the Corporate Voting Charade.

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