Reputation

5 October, 2017

Reputation for the long term requires a change of attitude

Only a decade or so ago Deutsche Bank was one of the darlings of the investment banking world, winning headlines like “Deutsche Uber Alles” as it went around the globe gobbling up rivals and eatin...
Risk graffiti

2 October, 2017

Managing reputation risk in the boardroom

Non-executive roles are as varied as the companies that hire them. They range from some gentle hands-off mentoring of a welcoming but experience-light CEO, through to full-scale involvement with an e...
reputation, reputation management

28 March, 2017

Time to focus on reputation

As Board Agenda was going to press this quarter, VW, the beleaguered German carmaker, found itself making ...
corporate reputation

22 March, 2017

Governance has biggest impact on corporate reputation than ever before

Corporate governance is having a bigger impact on corporate reputation than ever before, according to new research. Advisory firm the Reputation Institute reveals that governance and citizenship ...
Google

21 March, 2017

Google apologises to advertisers in move to protect reputation

Google has moved to soften the damage to its reputation over hate videos on YouTube by issuing an apology, and revealing measures to address complaints from advertisers. The statement,
VW

10 November, 2016

VW chairman engulfed in diesel emissions probe

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15 June, 2016

Specialist deficit on boards

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10 September, 2015

Amazon’s reputation crisis

28 August, 2015

Thomas Cook’s calamity

A whitepaper from the Alva Group, the corporate reputation advisers, has shown that Thomas Cook’s standing has been significantly impacted by recent events and that this has had a significant impact...
Diversity, ethnic minority pipeline

13 August, 2015

Red tape and diversity giving boards a headache

Economic confidence is improving, but uncertainty around the UK’s continued membership of the EU and a reduction in red tape are strong concerns in the latest FT–ICSA Boardroom Bellwether report. ...