An expert panel discuss their view of global trends for the business world in Board Agenda’s The Macro Memo podcast.
Investors are likely to focus on top pay in this year’s AGM season, as research reveals that executive pay has bounced back.
NGO ClientEarth has launched litigation that could open the way for further legal action against company boards.
Rather than push for say-on-climate votes, unhappy shareholders tend to simply vote against the reappointment of directors, research finds.
Lessons from Davos; companies risk sliding back on ethical practices; economics affects everyone; Sir John Kingman moves to Barclays.
Musk and Edelman trade jibes; communication is key to investor relations; “green hushing” in the US; BlackRock speaks up for sustainability.
‘Do your homework’ and get ready for a rise in climate-related lawsuits, warn legal experts at this year’s Davos conference.
Norges Bank chief executive warns boards of investor pressure on climate proposals and challenges ‘corporate greed’.
Surveillance of home workers; Davos in Saudi Arabia; German ‘impact investors’; VW challenged on climate; HSBC’s ‘misleading’ adverts.
Alan Jope tells Davos that consumer habits, costs and recruitment mean that Unilever has to put ESG ‘at the heart of our business model’.