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June 25, 2015 UK corporate governance requires a cultural revolutionSource: Financial Director
JUSTIN KING says "nothing moves a business in a direction as powerfully as corporate culture". It is the challenge of directors and management to ensure that it moves it in the right direction.
June 22, 2015 Five horsemen of the euro’s futureSource: Politico
A so-called “five presidents’ report” obtained by POLITICO includes calls for a eurozone finance minister and stricter controls over the budgets of the 19 countries, including Greece, that use the single currency.
Source: Seattle Times
Most commentary about exorbitant executive compensation tends to fit accepted niches. Three overarching factors caused the CEO-to-worker compensation ratio of 20-to-1 in 1965 and 30-to-1 in 1978 to skyrocket to 296-to-1 in 2013.
June 18, 2015 Taking the ESG Process From Chaos to ClaritySource: Forbes
As Global Head of Research for MSCI ESG Research, Linda-Eling Lee oversees all ESG-related content and methodology and chairs MSCI ESG Research’s Ratings Review Committee. She leads one of the largest teams of research analysts...
June 15, 2015 Deutsche Bank Will Need Time to Fix Itself
Barron's - The shares are now up 15% since the start of the year, in line with the îStoxxî Europe 600 index and only slightly behind Germanyâs DAX. DIGBY LARNER, based in Paris, is a Wall Street Journal news...
June 9, 2015 Harmony Or Dissonance? The Good Corporate Governance Ideas Of Academics And Worldly PlayersSource: Value Walk
This article asks questions concerning ideas about what constitutes good corporate governance that are espoused by academics, such as financial economists and law professors, and by more worldly players such as legislators, rule...
June 8, 2015 The Case for a Carbon TaxSource: NY Times
In a welcome development, businesses are asking world leaders to do more to address climate change. This week, the top executives of six large European oil and gas companies called for a tax on carbon emissions.
The 2015 attacks on HSBC and FIFA have demonstrated that all multinationals are now at real risk of public humiliation. Nothing is safe anymore. It just takes one whistle blower to step forward and the proverbial hits the fan....
June 8, 2015 The case for gender equality
The Express Tribune - Pakistanâs performance is dismal when it comes to womenâs political enfranchisement. The annual Gender Gap Index by the Geneva-based îWorld Economic Forumî this year ranks Pakistan at...
June 4, 2015 Supply Chain Saves the WorldSource: Forbes
Humanity has been around for at least 100,000 years. For most of that time, all we could do was hunt down some dinner and watch out for enemies. Technology was personal and mainly a matter of craftsmen making tools, one at a...
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