Following a nearly yearlong examination of corporate governance prompted by the financial crisis, the New York Stock Exchange’s Commission on Corporate Governance has concluded that corporate boards should prioritize long-term growth over short-term gains.

Additionally, company managers should play a larger role in corporate governance, and boards should not rely too heavily on legislation and agency rule-making in establishing corporate governance strategies, the commission said.

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