Big Investors Question Corporate Board Tenures

Large U.S. companies increasingly are governed by board members who have held their seats for a decade or more, even as some big investors question whether these directors serve shareholders’ best interests. At 24% of the biggest U.S. companies, a majority of the board has been in place for at least 10 years, a Wall Street Journal analysis found.

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