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620 -- S10 What does a company?s common stock cash dividend increase typically indicate? What does a company?s common stock cash dividend reduction typically indicate?,620 -- S10 In addition to rating a company?s financial performance, Standard and Poor?s rates companies with respect to their adherence to corporate governance procedures. The purpose of these ratings is to give a company a score related to its adherence to core principles of good governance as set forth by the Business Sector Advisory Group on Corporate Governance to the OECD. The criteria, methodology and definitions for the Corporate Governance Scores can be found on Standard and Poor?s Resource Center. After reviewing the information on the Corporate Governance Scores (http://www.standardandpoors.com/home/en/us), please answer the following questions: 1. What are the core principles as defined by the Business Sector Advisory Group? 2. What four individual components does Standard and Poor?s use in assigning individual company scores? 3. What are the key factors that Standard and Poor?s uses to evaluate the board structure and process?

 

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