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One Job Too Many (?)

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

by Jenna Moore, a current Bachelor of Business (Honours) student.

The recent and unexpected $6B trading loss sustained by JPMorgan Chase & Co fuelled the debate centered on CEO duality. CEO duality refers to the situation where the CEO also holds the position of the Chairman of the board. With increasing public awareness and academic interest in corporate strategic leadership, two key questions resound in both corporate finance research and social debate at large: Should the CEO and Chairman roles be separated? Should a separation be mandatory?

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