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boardroom

a. a room where the board of directors of a company meets
b. (as modifier): a boardroom power struggle
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figure By KWENDO OPANGA Africa's foremost trade union leader Francis Atwoli says Kenyans will vote in elections for Members of County Assemblies, Senators and Governors and that will be it.The vote for the president, he declares confidently, will take place in a boardroom.
This is especially true when considering the impact emerging and disruptive technologies will have in our boardrooms over the next twenty years.
The lipstick squad is off to a great start this year with the Securities Commission (SC) announcing today that there are only seven public- listed companies in the top 100 nationwide that still have an all-male boardroom.
Boardrooms across the Americas region are not highly gender diverse
TTN has been informed that the extensive facilities inside the hotel's conference and events centre have been joined by two brand new sophisticated boardrooms on the lobby floor.
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AGMs should not be rubber-stamping sessions and all shareholders should recognise the responsibility they have in holding boardrooms to account."
Middle East boardrooms are urged to adopt real-time data solutions to compete in the region's digital economy, set to double to $30 billion by 2018, business experts announced on Monday at Gitex Technology Week.
By taking advantage of the flexibility of the system, boardrooms are fit to bridge any technology gap that may exist.
One of the problems - apart from the fools who stick their heads in the sand and say there is no problem - is that there is little or no ethnic minority presence in football boardrooms.
Coincident with the celebration of International Women's Day last March 8, international audit firm Grant Thornton, through local member Punongbayan & Araullo, released its findings on the status of women in Philippine boardrooms.