4. Some fool at CFA got suckered in by this type of gobbledygook :
'Most boards in the U.S., unlike in Europe, don’t have term limits. As a result, you don’t have as much fluidity around the movement of people on boards, in order to bring in new and fresh blood into the boardroom' (Jones)
Anyone get past 'fluidity'? LOL. Meaningless mumbo jumbo.
And honestly, to use European companies as any sort of benchmark or example as the way forward is hilarious. It's foolish.