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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Equilar | Board Age and Tenure Comparisons

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As board governance policies continue to evolve, structural changes in boards show that they are becoming younger and less tenured on average.
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@BassGovernance: On average, boards are becoming younger and less tenured bit.ly/2ql4Ooq #CorpGov
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@Boardroominside: On average, boards are becoming younger and less tenured bit.ly/2ql4Ooq #CorpGov
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@ToGovern: On average, boards are becoming younger and less tenured bit.ly/2ql4Ooq #CorpGov
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@Muzaffar1969: On average, boards are becoming younger and less tenured bit.ly/2ql4Ooq #CorpGov

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