January 09, 2013
College kids are “entrepreneurs” now, not students. (Illustration by Rami Niemi | Op-Ed by Mark Bauerlein)

College kids are “entrepreneurs” now, not students. (Illustration by Rami Niemi | Op-Ed by Mark Bauerlein)

November 28, 2012
For the past two decades, the Securities and Exchange Commission has overseen exchanges by inspecting them occasionally and urging them, voluntarily, to examine themselves, file annual reports, and notify the agency of planned technology changes and significant system outages. (Illustration by Rami Niemi | Op-Ed by David L. Kornblau)

For the past two decades, the Securities and Exchange Commission has overseen exchanges by inspecting them occasionally and urging them, voluntarily, to examine themselves, file annual reports, and notify the agency of planned technology changes and significant system outages. (Illustration by Rami Niemi | Op-Ed by David L. Kornblau)

July 20, 2012
Part 3: Excessive executive pay can be dangerous: If directors can’t say no to the CEO on pay, they probably can’t say no to poorly designed strategy or head off operational fiascos.  (Illustration by Rami Niemi | Op-Ed by Nell Minow on Bloomberg View)

Part 3: Excessive executive pay can be dangerous: If directors can’t say no to the CEO on pay, they probably can’t say no to poorly designed strategy or head off operational fiascos.  (Illustration by Rami Niemi | Op-Ed by Nell Minow on Bloomberg View)

July 19, 2012
Part 2: In the wacky world of public corporations, you win even if 99 percent of the shareholders vote against you. (Illustration by Rami Niemi | Op-Ed by Nell Minow on Bloomberg View)

Part 2: In the wacky world of public corporations, you win even if 99 percent of the shareholders vote against you. (Illustration by Rami Niemi | Op-Ed by Nell Minow on Bloomberg View)

July 18, 2012
Part 1: We don’t let students grade their own exams, but we let CEOs chair their own boards. (Illustration by Rami Niemi | Op-Ed by Nell Minow on Bloomberg View)

Part 1: We don’t let students grade their own exams, but we let CEOs chair their own boards. (Illustration by Rami Niemi | Op-Ed by Nell Minow on Bloomberg View)