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Interlocking Directorates – An interlocking directorate is a company board member that also sits on the board on at least one other company, if not more than one.  This is a perfectly legal position, although it can be illegal if one of the other businesses is a competitor.  This scenario sets the stage for a “conflict of interest”, or possibly the exchange of intercompany information that could be challenged as “insider trading” and illegal in a court of law.  Sitting on the board of two similar companies, could hinder fair competition.  Usually a clause in the member’s contract addresses this issue.

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CAGR Term category: Finance/Accounting In 10 words or less: The compounding rate of return over a period. Definition: The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) is the rate at which an investment grows annually to reach a given end value.  It's calculated by the following: CAGR = [(Ending Value/Beginning Value)^(1/# of years)] -1 Advice: CAGR is a...

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