Disney CEO Bob Chapek’s criticism of Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill is a reminder that speaking out can have serious implications for boards.
The link between business and politics in the US has reached a turning point and requires action from boards, says a leading investor adviser.
After the Capitol riot many US firms felt they could not stay silent. Brand activism is on the rise and boards should be aware of its power.
As Trump leaves the White House, tough questions remain about whether CEOs should take a stand on political issues.
Nearly two-thirds of people want CEOs to take the lead on policy change instead of government. Here are three rules on when and why a CEO should speak up.
Companies are increasingly willing to take a stand on social and political issues. But experts warn that words must be backed up by policies.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s decision to fact-check and flag the president’s more egregious tweets is a stark reminder that corporate reputation is a governance issue.
The boycott of this week’s “Davos in the Desert” conference in Saudi Arabia demonstrates the willingness of many CEOs to use their position to protest for human rights. Will it make a difference?