Academics identify link between CSR and survival, showing that companies where CSR is a priority were less likely to delist in the pandemic.
Many companies have acted in a compassionate manner since the pandemic began; others haven’t. Corporate purpose has made the difference.
Studies appear to show a causal link between diversity and financial performance. But the methods are not robust enough to draw this conclusion.
Study finds independent directors are efficient at monitoring buybacks and avoiding those “that would destroy long-term shareholder value”.
So called ‘good’ corporations have “not actually changed, at least not in terms of their legal mandates”, claims Joel Bakan.
At a recent webinar digital strategist Clara Durodie called on financial services boards to consider technology as part of an ESG strategy.
Harvard researchers say signatories have made few changes in company documents that indicate a corporate purpose favouring stakeholders.
A study of start-up acquisitions shows that important patterns on both sides lead to a successful integration.
There is much to do to shape a hybrid workplace environment that is fully inclusive for those working remotely.
An important CEO attribute that shapes firm strategies such as mergers and acquisitions is uncovered.