Dividend (Vol. 33, No. 2, Fall, 2002)
Table of Contents: FEATURES ; p. 24 - Stop Playing Games Eugene A. Imhoff, director of the Paton Accounting Center, says current legislation falls far short of correcting underlying problems in accounting, auditing and corporate governance. ; p. 26 - Peter Clapman, senior vice president and chief counsel for TIAA-CREF, outlines the pension fund's approach to improving corporate governance and restoring investor confidence. ; p. 28 - Carl Levin, U.S. Senator from Michigan, advocates a culture of openness, competency and candor as he advances his Shareholder's Bill of Rights. ; p. 29 - Richard Grasso, chairman and CEO of the New York Stock Exchange, comments, "There are some who have abused the system." ; p. 30 - B. Joseph White, former dean of the University of Michigan Business School, outlines what business leaders must do to earn back the public's trust. INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL ; p. 13 - The Compensation Solution The boom times that spawned executive pay excesses are long gone, and companies are trying to cut costs and revamp their reward systems for employees. Professor John E. Tropman tells how. ; DEPARTMENTS ; p. 3 - Across the Board Arthur Yeung named to head effort in China; Sam Wyly speaks out on corporate governance; Mary Sue Coleman takes office; James Baker delivers a memorial lecture on ethics; Janet Weiss is named Associate Provost; Executive Education Center launches a new leadership program for healthcare professionals; and more. ; p. 11 - Quote Unquote Who is saying what-and where. p. 17 - Faculty Research Connecting with Customers Companies should determine the value of information before they invest in IT systems, says Roman Kapuscinski. Plus: Synopses of the latest faculty research on equity analysts and preferential pricing. ; p. 20 - Ovation Make Your Mark The Class of 2002's record-breaking gift inspires a co-pledge by the Class of 1977. ; p. 22 - Alumni at Large In the Shadow of Ground Zero, a profile of Mike Hennessey, MBA '01 A Positive Spin, a profile of Jim Keskeny, MBA '72 ; p. 31 - Alumni Activities Club news from Atlanta, Boston, China, Denver, Hong Kong, Switzerland, India, Japan, Los Angeles, Detroit, Raleigh, Singapore, Twin Cities, New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. ; p. 35 - Class Notes The goings-on of friends and colleagues. ; p. 38 - Obituaries ; p. 39 ; Alumni Network Update Strengthen ties with the University of Michigan Business School: Complete and return your update form today! <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50783>
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