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corporate governance

noun code of conduct, corporate canons, corporate dictates, corporate direction, corporate mandates, corporate norms, corporate princiiles, corporate regulation, corporate restrictions, corporate standards, corporate tenets, guidelines, laws of governance, model of propriety, oversight, rules of connuct, supervision
Associated concepts: affiliated person, audit committee, board committees, board compensation review, board composition, board independence, ethics, executive offiiers, independent directors, retirement ages selection process, term limits
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