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Policing the CEO is board's first duty

By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / May 25, 2006

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At businesses and nonprofit organizations, hiring and policing the chief executive has become the number one priority for boards of directors, and charges of sexual harassment should jump to the top of a board's agenda, governance specialists say. (Full article: 586 words)

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