Our eighth annual study of best practices in the boardrooms of public gaming companies finds many firms that have responded to public (or regulatory) demand for accountability in corporate governance.
As we do every year, we have analyzed the public documents of 45 public traded gaming companies, and conferred with other experts on corporate governance to rate each company in the four fundamental areas:
- The size, make-up, and independence of the board
- Committee structure and effectiveness
- The presence of interlocks, insider participation, and relaxed transactions
- Fundamental commitment to pay-for-performance
Read the full report as published in the February 2006 issue of Casino Journal here.