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May 31, 1998

Issues face-off

Corporate secretaries' leaders on information flow

The present-day corporate secretary function is a product of downsizing in the 1980s and the growth of a corporate governance cottage industry in the 1990s. That's according to the American Society of Corporate Secretaries' outgoing chairperson Carol Strickland. As corporate secretary for US Trust Corporation since 1979, Strickland has first-hand experience of a lot of those changes. 'The retrenchment of corporate America means that everyone is doing more with less. The public focus on the

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