The board of directors is a group of individuals who oversee the actions of the executives in a company. In publicly-held companies, those that sell stock to the public and are therefore owned by shareholders, the board of directors is legally responsible for much of what the company does. The board of directors must approve the company’s budget before any money can be spent.
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