Female board members make companies more profitable, though this is not always reflected in market valuations or research. Kris Byron and Corinne Post investigate why.
A succession of scandals across the world has given every indication that there is a crisis in corporate culture. So what do we do to fix the problem?
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Barclays has struggled to find the right leadership and has become embroiled in courtroom battles and investigations into employee conduct. What went wrong?
You may be an experienced operator, but it doesn’t mean you can skip reading your board papers or assume you know everything.
The gulf between executive and employee pay is widening, but nomination and remuneration committees should exercise restraint, argues Angeli Benham of Legal & General.
Can Volkswagen recover from the corrosive effects of Dieselgate? Andrew Cave analyses what went wrong, what the company is doing to repair the damage and which direction it will now take.
Cyber attacks on the IT infrastructure of major firms are hitting the headlines. The risk can be mitigated, but boards need to stay informed.
Richard Fenning, chief executive of Control Risks, argues that digitalisation will bring many threats, but the benefits will prevail.
In the eyes of society, business is in the doghouse. How can we rebuild corporate trust and restore self-esteem? The answer lies in looking at the bigger picture, argues Edward Speed.