Lawyers challenge boards blocking shareholder resolutions
Cutting ties with Russia after social media boycott campaigns was ‘woke-wash’ for some companies, research suggests.
Corporate governance needs a booster of ‘green pill’ obligations to hold organisations to account over their promises, write academics.
Proactive, engaged and democratic, corporate boards in Nordic countries are well-placed to deal with today’s complex operating environments.
The issues boards face are rarely straightforward, and ESG is no exception. It is time to drop the absolutist approach.
The first annual disclosures vary in the quality of data provided and lack balanced discussion of future opportunities, say watchdogs.
Research shows companies seek in-person shareholder approval for their intentions, which this year often include climate transition plans
How do you align ESG and value? Linking incentives to ESG targets needs focus, empowerment and co-ordination, recent research finds.
Aviva CEO faces “inappropriate” remarks at shareholder meeting; warning for Twitter board over free speech; speaking up on whistleblowing.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Musk has created a tricky governance challenge by buying a 9.2% stake in Twitter but declining a seat on the board.