By Michael Flaherty NEW YORK, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Gray hair and wrinkles, and the wisdom that may come with them, are in demand at big American companies -- in both the boardroom and the executive suite. These old-timers have what many young executives lack -- not only more experience, but plenty of time, experts say. With strict corporate governance rules taking effect, companies are scooping up retirees who have the spare hours required for longer and more frequent board meetings. ...
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