Exxon to sue sustainability activists; Ukraine finds time to focus on its corporate governance; contrasting US and European attitudes to ESG.
Resilience will be required to face a ‘poly-crisis’ of immediate and simultaneous risk issues, internal auditors believe.
Stock returns fell at multinationals that took action after the 2022 invasion of Ukraine, research project shows.
Shareholders with a controlling interest influence not only financial matters but can also wield great power over policy and politics.
Although BlackRock’s CEO does not mention the term ‘ESG’ in his annual letter, he highlights the investment risks posed by climate change.
Experts warn that boards cannot devise a response plan to everything that might go wrong, so should focus on emerging risks.
Defence firms and ESG funds; tough talk on audit reform; more black women on US boards; ‘anti-woke’ Ramaswamy to run for office.
Geopolitical risk is here to stay, but businesses may not be ready for the next major incident, says report from IIA and Airmic.
The retail sector gained more adverse press reports about ethics than any other, reveals research by the Institute of Business Ethics.
This year saw economic crisis, an audit reform bill, and growing calls for corporate transparency—all against a backdrop of war in Ukraine.