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    2. Wells Fargo scandal may also include Prudential insurance

      Wells Fargo scandal may also include Prudential insurance
      Wells Fargo will stop setting the sales goals that employees say led to pressure to open millions of fake customer accounts. The embattled bank says the change, announced early Tuesday, will be effective Jan. 1. Wells Fargo scandal may also include Prudential insurance Wells Fargo will stop setting the sales goals that employees say led to pressure to open millions of fake customer accounts. The embattled bank says the change ...
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    3. Boards of Directors Are Driven Primarily by Compliance, Not Fear

      Boards of Directors Are Driven Primarily by Compliance, Not Fear
      Cybersecurity and risk are hot topics in the boardroom. Board members are increasingly asking CISOs to explain how they are protecting the company so that they can make informed cybersecurity decisions. In June 2016, we released a report, How Boards of Directors Really Feel About Cyber Security Reports ...
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    1. Despite important advances in drug development, effective and convenient drug delivery remains an unmet challenge. Many patients suffer from side effects associated with inconsistent levels of medication in the blood and struggle with compliance.
      In Titan Pharma (TTNP) Appoints Scott Smith and Dr. Rajinder Kumar to Board of Directors
    2. We are strengthening compliance, but it is impossible to say that misconduct won't occur.
      In Japan Firms Have No Plans to Strengthen Governance After Ghosn Arrest
    3. Compliance with the principles of the UK Corporate Governance Code remains high; however, when boards choose not to follow provisions too many explanations are of poor quality.
      In Companies criticised for 'paying lip-service' to shareholder complaints