Board of directors

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A board of directors is a group of people. They normally oversee the actions of a corporation or other business. There are laws called bylaws that the board follows. They organize the business, appoint the CEO, organize budgets and take care of financial matters.

Within a board, directors commonly organize themselves into several committees, such as: audit committee, compensation committee, and human resource committee.


Usually once a year, the board of directors invite shareholders to a meeting to talk about the company.