The asset manager has filed a shareholder resolution calling for Alphabet, Google’s parent company, to review its whistleblowing policies.
Alphabet, the parent company of Google, is under pressure to improve whistleblowing procedures in a move that heightens publicity around the ethics of artificial intelligence and the treatment of workers.
The tech giant is in the crosshairs of Trillium, an ethical investment house, which has filed a shareholder resolution with regulators calling on Alphabet to trigger an independent review of its whistleblowing policies. Trillium also says a report should be made publicly available after the review is finished.
Trillium says in its filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that Alphabet “may face business risks related
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