The directors’ cut

By Linda Sanders In Money

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10th January, 2013
Directors don’t sit highly in the most-trusted ratings – the top spots are usually filled by the likes of nurses and firefighters. Although directors often aren’t specifically identified, those termed business executives sit alongside politicians, car and real estate salespeople – and, yes, journalists – near the bottom of the rankings. There are variations between countries but broad trends tend to transcend boundaries. In New Zealand for many years, directors travelled under the radar. They operated like a secret society and few people had any idea of what they did. Their role ...

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