Corporate governance is the system of rules, practices and processes by which a firm is directed and controlled. Corporate governance essentially involves balancing the interests of a company’s many stakeholders, such as shareholders, management, customers, suppliers, financiers, government and the community.
Corporate governance broadly refers to the mechanisms, relations, and processes by which a corporation is controlled and is directed; involves balancing the many interests of the stakeholders of a corporation.
Corporate governance is a term that refers broadly to the rules, processes, or laws by which businesses are operated, regulated, and controlled. The term can refer to internal factors defined by the officers, stockholders or constitution of a corporation, as well as to external forces such as consumer groups, clients, and government regulations.
The debate about corporate governance is characterized by shrill voices, a seemingly unbridgeable divide between shareholder activists and managers, rampant conflicts of interest, and rigidly held positions. The Solution. Corporate Governance 2.0 is a back-to-basics reconceptualization of sound corporate governance.
Comcast’s corporate governance practices and policies promote fairness, transparency and accountability and reflect the Company’s commitment to integrity in its dealings with all of its stakeholders.