Michael Hyatt, who last week handed over the corner office at Thomas Nelson to Mark Schoenwald, outlines his priorities for the next phase of his working life. Key among them: Speaking, writing some books and landing in the board rooms of a few other organizations.
“I’m thrilled to accept a position on Radiant’s board because I believe in the company’s products, its leadership and its vision for the future,” said Phil Hickey. “Having used their products successfully over the years, I’ve seen the results they can produce for restaurateurs.”
"She has agreed to share with us her many years of executive experience in the health care industry, which is so important given the growing impact that health care will have on First Horizon and its customers. She also brings extensive experience from serving on the boards of numerous non-profit and trade organizations and broad knowledge of how to run a large company."
“Tenet shareholders should be deeply disappointed that their Board’s response to a compelling 40% premium offer is a double-barreled entrenchment strategy – facilitating a significant delay of their 2011 Annual Meeting and installing a poison pill. We are confident that Tenet shareholders will see these steps for what they are: the actions of a Board that is not working for them. Rather than resorting to delaying tactics, Tenet should engage with us in good-faith discussions to complete a mutually beneficial transaction.”SEE ALSO: Why CHS thinks the Tenet acquisition is 'the right story,' chatter about other potential Tenet suitors and more from our ongoing blog coverage.