ANN CROTTY: Delay the executive payouts

Executives take credit for the good but accept no blame for the bad

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ANN CROTTY: Turning point for audit profession?

New UK auditing review could lead to yet more box-ticking

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ANN CROTTY: Sugar turns sour

Tongaat’s board catered to the company’s former chief’s sweet tooth

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ANN CROTTY: Johann Rupert regales AGM

Prodding the Bear comes with risks, but it sparks so many useful insights

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ANN CROTTY: How lotteries and auctions could help save Eskom

Some revolutionary ideas to fix Eskom and excessive executive pay

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ANN CROTTY: Jamie Dimon blames JPMorgan’s board for his huge salary

Plausible deniability trotted out by overpaid CEOs doesn’t absolve them

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ANN CROTTY: Sasol board still demand excess deference from shareholders

Where deference flourishes, hubris follows (with destruction close behind)

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ANN CROTTY: Here’s the plan for a united winning SA

Restraints should be forced on executives too, not just civil servants

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ANN CROTTY: When Tony O’Reilly blew it

If O’Reilly had sold in 2009, Survés media reign may never have happened

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ANN CROTTY: Friends of Amadiba deserve a Nobel prize

The friends of Amadiba are fighting for development on their terms

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ANN CROTTY: Moyo’s legal team set for corporate history

A public battle over the right to be paid R250m would yield useful insights

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ANN CROTTY: Dear corporate executive, running a country is horrendously complex

Executive criticism may be sincere, but there’s no easy fix for SA’s woes

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ANN CROTTY: Why urgent climate action is unlikely

We’re locked into a growth model based on environmental destruction

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ANN CROTTY: What is going on with the Broad-based BEE Commission?

Making it impossible to benefit from BBBEE requirements

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ANN CROTTY: Power to the people

Remove middlemen and let the millions of investors speak for themselves

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ANN CROTTY: It’s time for bank officials to up their game

Unions need to behave like the shareholders they actually are

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