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Editorial: Everything Old Is New Again

Matt Kelly | January 1, 2010

Well, that was quite a decade.

You may need to dust off some old brain cells to recall (I did), but the 2000s began with recession, financial meltdown and radical legislative overhauls from Congress to fix corporate governance. Next came years of struggle to master the new contours of corporate compliance, complete with policy spats at the Securities and Exchange Commission, enforcement actions from the Justice Department, and briefings galore to corporate boards confused about their new duties in a new era.

And then we ended the decade right back where we started: with recession, financial fraud, and radical legislative overhauls from Congress to fix corporate governance.

Will the 2010s be the same, with more confusion to come and then more...

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