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Delaware’s Governor Jack Markell Interviewed on NBC
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Delaware’s Governor Jack Markell Interviewed on NBC

By Brett Melson Friday, May 18, 2012

News correspondent Chuck Todd, host of NBC’s Daily Rundown, recently interviewed Delaware’s Governor Jack Markell, discussing why Delaware is renowned as a friend to corporations.

Delaware's Governor Interview

Governor Markell explained why over a million businesses, including more than half of all Fortune 500 companies, find Delaware the best place to incorporate a business.  While all states work hard in order to attract big business, Delaware has developed a three pronged approach that is just what most CEOs want. First, Delaware’s corporate law and judicial precedents go back a hundred years, respecting the good faith decisions of the Board of Directors.  Second, the Delaware Division of Corporations is an efficient department which is known for its expedited service, and third, Delaware’s Court of Chancery has a world-class reputation for fair and fast decisions when a company faces litigation, especially litigation from shareholders.


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