How to conduct the annual meeting of directors

Most corporate laws require an annual meeting of directors. It is common practice for a corporation to schedule the annual meeting of directors right after the annual meeting of shareholders, thus saving time and travel expenses. In a small company...

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How to conduct the annual meeting of shareholders

Most corporate laws require an annual meeting of directors and shareholders. It is common practice for a corporation to schedule the annual meeting of shareholders to be followed directly by the annual meeting of directors so that both meetings are...

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How to conduct corporate business without a meeting

Corporate business is generally conducted by directors or shareholders who hold a meeting and vote on various corporate actions or resolutions. However, almost all state corporation laws allow either shareholders or directors to conduct business without a meeting so long...

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How to conduct a special director's meeting

Why do you need a special, as opposed to the annual, meeting of directors? The annual meeting of directors occurs once a year, usually right after the annual meeting of shareholders. Any other meeting is generally called a special meeting...

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