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    On the board

    Hello,

    Could you please explain to me, what "on the board" mean in the following sentence?

    The managing director is responsible on the board of the everydays running of the company.

    Thanks a lot,
    Dany

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    Re: On the board

    the board of directors? as in the ultimate power in the company?

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    Re: On the board

    Quote Originally Posted by HCaulfield
    the board of directors? as in the ultimate power in the company?
    I don't know. It is a sentence without any context.

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    Re: On the board

    It's the board of directors.

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