The CEO’s departure and return have raised questions about the state of governance at the trailblazing ChatGPT creator.
Government legislative agenda sees FRC reduce governance code revisions, but declaration on controls survives the cull.
When it comes to understanding what attracts investors to a capital market, the London Stock Exchange has got it wrong.
Further delay ‘will not achieve the aim of restoring trust in audit and corporate governance’, says Deloitte managing partner.
Why it may be counterproductive to place a hard cap on the number of board positions a non-executive director can hold.
In all, the auditing giant has now been fined £30m for its failures at Carillion, reduced to £21.5m for co-operation.
Responses to the FRC’s consultation on its proposals highlight practical concerns about implementation and compliance.
Artificial intelligence chatbot hackers are just the latest in a long list of cyber threats, which are not going away any time soon.
The world’s leaders get behind the OECD’s revised guidance, which includes sustainability disclosure responsibilities.
US states need to legislate to stop executives from insuring their own directors in the way Elon Musk did, writes law professor.