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The days of ‘Never apologise, never explain’ are gone: a leader’s well-positioned apology has become a crucial corporate communications tool.
Shareholders with a controlling interest influence not only financial matters but can also wield great power over policy and politics.
A Meta stockholder alleges that the company’s business model failed to consider the risks to society and to ‘diversified stockholders’.
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.
Shareholders reportedly seek an independent chairman and a reform of voting rights at the social media giant.
Cambridge Analytica harvested the data of 50 million Facebook users to help swing the US presidential election, but amid the trend for corporate governance ‘narratives’, did Facebook’s directors forget the chapter on ethics?
New York City pension fund overseer urges Facebook chairman Mark Zuckerberg to quit, as part of cleansing itself after the Cambridge Analytica data leak.
The scandal over what happened to Facebook user data by Cambridge Analytica illustrates that companies still struggle with core questions about how data can and cannot be used.