A new study says CEOs explain 2% of variability in stock returns, while global, country and industry changes account for 11%, 4% and 1%.
Companies are creating social value during the coronavirus crisis by thinking innovatively about what they can offer—and who could benefit.
The Dutch corporate governance committee believes “it’s time to pay more attention to the role and involvement of shareholders, particularly with regard to long-term value creation”.
Integrated reporting is gaining in popularity, but it needs the right skills among non-executives if their credibility is to be enforced, writes Prof. Carol Adams, professor of accounting at Durham University.
The International Integrated Reporting Council’s annual report reveals an expansion of its network and celebrates bringing China on board, but concedes there is still work to be done in the US.
The future of corporate reporting is a subject attracting much debate and activity in recent years. A new report from the ICAEW captures the views of key stakeholders, and finds that technology is central to the discussion.