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the position of a director of a business concern

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We salute the NACD Directorship 100 for their dedication, service and wisdom.
The National Association of Corporate Directors has added Jim DeLoach, a managing director at global consulting firm, Protiviti, to its NACD Directorship 100 list.
During the alumni dinner taking place on the eve of the Foundations of Directorship Workshop, H.
Shayne Nelson, Group CEO, Emirates NBD said: "Emirates NBD is happy to partner with the GCC Board Directors Institute to host the 17th BDI Foundations of Directorship Workshop.
But how much better everyone would feel if those shares were sold and directorships abandoned.
She said managers offered a directorship should ensure they were comfortable with the firm's management accounts, business plan and cashflow forecast as well as its bank facilities, direction and officers' liability insurance and health and safety policies.
Primary Surgical Nonsurgical Nonsurgical care specialists specialists subspecialists Quality metrics $40,300 $51,500 $36,000 $49,832 tied to directorship Quality metrics $28,000 $28,292 $32,400 $29,712 not tied to directorship Source: MGMA, "MGMA Medical Directorship and On-Call Compensation Survey," April 2012 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Michel Plantevin, an MD with Bain, resigned his directorship on 31 December 2011, it emerged this week.
Many executive (inside) directors and non-executive (outside) directors hold only one directorship, but others, particularly outside directors, hold more than one directorship.
Paul Lee, chairman Senior partner of law firm Addleshaw Goddard LLP and has held various company directorships, including directorship of the Yorkshire Building Society.
FEl's Section 404 Blog is frequently cited in other Web logs, or blogs, including Directorship.
The following year de Valois retired, and the directorship was passed to the company's principal choreographer, Frederick Ashton, who remained until 1970 when Kenneth MacMillan unexpectedly replaced him.
Jerry Glasow assumed the directorship of the Defense Modeling and Simulation Office on Jan.
He also has held executive directorship positions at the Pacific Chorale in Irvine and the Oratorio Singers of Charlotte in North Carolina.
Must End The Military Occupation And Renew The War Against Al Qaeda is the report of a specal task foce under the directorship of Christopher Preble, which was sponsored by the Cato Institute.
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