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CEOs were once undisputed leaders of the corporations they lead. But recent scandals, from Enron to AIG, Home Depot to Disney, have changed the balance of power from the CEO to the corporate board. A look at corporate governance in the wake of scandal, 9/11 and the bursting of the stock market bubble.
- Alan Murray Assistant managing editor of the "Wall Street Journal" and a regular contributor to CNBC-TV. His other books include, "Showdown at Gucci Gulch" and "The Wealth of Choices."
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