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    1. NCAA board of directors ready to tackle tough debate over changing governance structure

      NCAA board of directors ready to tackle tough debate over changing governance structure

      It wants the nation's most powerful conferences to have more autonomy on some of college sports' thorniest issues. It wants athletic directors to have a stronger voice in decision-making. It wants the board of directors to focus on big-ticket items. And it wants everybody currently in Division I engaged in the debate, which begins Thursday at the NCAA's annual convention...

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    2. After Olympus scandal, Japan Inc. wants less scrutiny

      Whistleblowers? No, thanks. Michael Woodford was sacked as president of Olympus last year after he revealed a $1.7 billion accounting coverup. The board of the Japanese cameramaker lied about the mystery for weeks. When the truth at last came out, the board kept their jobs and the whistleblowing boss lost his. Woodford called it a "black comedy." In no other developed market, he lamented, could this happen. His frustration is understandable. At one point Olympus' shares lost about 80 percent of

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