The case is the opposition of a leading institutional investors in Goldman Sachs on the re-election of Jim Johnson on the Board of Directors of the Company. The investor, Sequoia Fund, against the re-election quotes Jim Johnson before track record as CEO of Fannie Mae, which was for her role in the financial crisis and for the acquisition of two companies, compensation committees that experienced criticizes option backdating scandals. The case allows students to discuss environment … Read more »

The case is the opposition of a leading institutional investors in Goldman Sachs on the re-election of Jim Johnson on the Board of Directors of the Company. The investor, Sequoia Fund, against the re-election quotes Jim Johnson before track record as CEO of Fannie Mae, which was for her role in the financial crisis and for the acquisition of two companies, compensation committees that experienced criticizes option backdating scandals. The case allows students to questions about director performance appraisal, contest director, investor engagement with companies to discuss and director reputation.
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Suraj Srinivasan
Kelly Baker
Source: Harvard Business School
8 pages.
Release date: 25 October 2012. Prod #: 113050-PDF-ENG
Jim Johnson re-election of the Board of Goldman Sachs HBR case solution

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