There’s a lovely profile of my two jobs as corporate governance analyst and movie critic in this weekend’s Washington Post Magazine. It has lots of information about my background, my family, and how I got to where I am in […]
In my corporate governance role, I appeared on CNBC today to discuss Steve Jobs and what Apple should disclose about his health.
Michael Moore has taken on General Motors, the Bush administration, and insurance companies. What’s next? A very timely film on corporate corruption, due to be released this fall. Since it relates to both of my interests and both of my […]
The New York Times interviewed me for its “Corner Office” section and asked me for a list of my favorite movies about corporate governance. “Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room” (2005). Must viewing for an almost operatic rise-and-fall story […]
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 […]
My other job is in the news: Interview in Business Week with Maria Bartiromo: With regard to the subprime mess, compensation was structured so that people were paid based on the number of transactions rather than the quality of transaction. […]
In my other job, I appeared on the Lehrer Newshour again last night talking about President Obama’s limits on executive compensation for the bailout financial services firms. And I wrote a column about it for CNN.com, too. I also got […]
I’ll be on 20/20 tonight with John Stossel talking about my other job — combating corporate misbehavior and especially overpaid corporate CEOs. Tune in!
Thanks so much to the Acalanes Blueprint student newspaper for interviewing me about “The Dark Knight!” “Adolescents have always been drawn to stories of transformation and duality,” said Minow in a Blueprint interview. “It’s a very well-written, acted, and directed […]