U.S. Plans Key Role In Naming GM Board
Professor Ronald J. Gilson is quoted in The Washington Post in a story about changes in corporate governance at General Motors:
The government, bondholders and the union will all be competing for influence, said Ronald J. Gilson, a law professor at Stanford and Columbia, who is a corporate governance expert.
"It's going to be a very fractious place," Gilson said. "There will be large shareholders who have specific interests."