According to research, most whistleblowers raise the alarm by first approaching their boss or senior managers. However, if they then turn to regulators, it's a clear sign that management has failed to listen.
Policymakers believe that investment institutions can be persuaded to take a greater role in corporate governance. But do they really possess the willingness and capacity to embrace their stewardship role?
What began as a response to corporate scandal, corporate governance is making great strides in driving leadership accountability in Europe—but it’s still a work in progress, with views and policies differing considerably.
Compliance with regulation and the law is an essential part of business, but a new report reveals that companies are aware of failings and that the appetite for abiding by the rules is surprisingly low.
Businesses are racing to embrace the use of artificial intelligence in their products and services, but there is a right and wrong way to use it, argues Philippa Foster Back of the Institute of Business Ethics.