Board duties should go ‘beyond their traditional role of representing shareholders’ interests’, writes a group of 15 academics.
Stock returns fell at multinationals that took action after the 2022 invasion of Ukraine, research project shows.
M&S chair Archie Norman’s Share Your Voice petition would ‘restrict shareholders’ ability to engage’, says The Engagement Appeal.
Reforms to relax dual-class share rules will make it even more important to retain a ‘buttress’ of shareholder approval, writes academic.
The days of ‘Never apologise, never explain’ are gone: a leader’s well-positioned apology has become a crucial corporate communications tool.
The global proxy advisory firm takes to task politicians who would block the use of ESG factors when making investment decisions.
To achieve sustainability, companies and boards will need to look not only to their operations, but also to their finances.
Investors’ dissent is predicted to remain high for this year’s AGM season, according to the register of shareholder revolts.
Representatives of US pension funds are ‘disappointed’ that dual-class structures have been allowed to return to S&P Global Indices.
Boards and creditors need to know the ins and outs of insolvency and what happens before, during and after an administration sale.