The Shift Is from Inside to Outside

September 1957
Time;9/2/1957, Vol. 70 Issue 10, p68
The article focuses on the argument regarding the management of the inside and outside board of directors on the stockholder investments in the U.S. It says that the inside directors are also the officials of the corporations who control the technical side of the business, while the outside directors are the one who represent the company in public relations to stockholders. It states that many business firms depend on outside directors since inside boards analyze and decide on their expense.


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