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Corporate Governance: My Thoughts on AIG and Wall St. vs. Washington

posted by Nell Minow

From a debate last week in NY about whether Wall Street or Washington is more responsible for the current meltdown:

My commentary on the AIG situation — time to get rid of the members of the board of directors who signed off on the bonuses.

And look for me on Good Morning America tomorrow, about yet another corporate boondoggle.

Now, back to the movies!



  • http://theravelledsleave.blogspot.com Lynn

    Nicely done. Thank you!

  • Preston

    Hi Nell, Good job, but then would one expect less of the queen of good corporate governance?

  • http://blog.beliefnet.com/moviemom/ Nell Minow

    Many thanks to you both!

  • jestrfyl

    I usually watch the Today show – I like Al Roker. But tomorrow I will tune in to as much of GMA as my schedule allows. Well done, indeed – and have fun tomorrow (this morning)!

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