Corporate Governance

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4 pages in length. Having one person at the helm of any collective entity is a problem waiting to happen; when that entity is a publicly traded company without any benefit of corporate governance, the fallout can destroy lives and damage the faith in contemporary commerce. Requiring the chairman and CEO to be represented by two separate individuals is the first step in the quest to avoid the magnitude of scandal that Enron wrought. Bibliography lists 4 sources.