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Hank Boerner is a columnist for Accountability Central and various publications.
Hank Boerner is an widely-published author, commentator and columnist whose work appears in business and financial print and electronic publications, and on many on-line forums. He was editor of NIRI’s Investor Relations Update monthly newsletter (2007-2010) and has been a columnist for IR Update since 1998. He is Contributing Editor and corporate governance columnist for Thompson Reuter's journal, Corporate Finance Review; and editor and publisher of the Accountability Central public platform and the INSIGHTS-edge subscriber-based platform focused on Sustainability and ESG. He was the Emerging Issues columnist of Investor Relations Newsletter (Kennedy/BNA) and his commentary has appeared in The Financial Times, European Business Forum and other publications.
Hank's currently writes for his blog "Stay Tuned" which can be accessed at: http://www.hankboerner.com/staytuned/
Hank also writes for the G&A Institute blog, "Sustainability Update" which can be accessed at: http://ga-institute.com/Sustainability-Update/
You can also read Hank's archived blog posts on the "Accountability-Matters" blog.
An archive of his various published works and writings can be found in the "Library" section of his Web site: http://hankboerner.com/
Source: Hank Boerner
Early seafaring explorers setting out to find fabled lands of riches far over the horizon were guided by maps drawn by cartographers with little knowledge of vast areas of the world's oceans that were then uncharted. Some c....
September 9, 2011 Remembering September 11, 2001 – Ten Years OnSource: Hank Boerner - Chairman of G&A Institute
We are approaching the 10th anniversary of the awful events at the beginning of the 21st Century that shook the nation to its core. On September 11, 2001, a small band of terrorists equipped with box cutters turned huge civilian...
September 1, 2011 Global Corporate Account Language is Expanding - Through Regulations, Mandates and Voluntary AdoptionsSource: Hank Boerner
It is said that beyond the spoken word, for many humans music is a language unto itself, as are the language of mathematics, computer software, and science. Experts in those fields are as comfortable with the frameworks, nuances,...
July 1, 2011 Teddy Roosevelt and Creation of the Modern Presidency-with Focus on Large Corporations and Corporate BehaviorSource: Hank Boerner - (Corporate Finance Review - July / August 2011)
He was born into a family of great wealth, influence,and privilege in New York City and in his adult years became a fierce protector of the poor and emerging American middle class.He was tutored privately and graduated from...
June 13, 2011 ESG and CSR Game Changer: the CalPERS EmbraceSource: Hank Boerner, Chairman of the Governance & Accountability Institute
We’ve commented here on “Universal Ownership,” which like the term “SRI” can have several meanings and dimensions, depending on the speaker (and those who hear her and interpret the words). I like the concept of UO as the...
May 10, 2011 How Can the US Unite to Address & Resolve Issues?Source: Hank Boerner, CSRWire TalkBack
In our fractious and contentious public policy debates – where the nation is almost equally divided pro and con on many issues – how can we agree on solutions or at least the basic questions to unite and move forward to preserve...
Source: Hank Boerner, featured commentator, Accountability Central
Last week an estimated 2 billion people worldwide tuned in to the wedding of the century – that of Prince William and Catherine (Kate) Middleton (now Duchess of Cambridge). The number of bystanders looking on in London was...
May 1, 2011 First Decade of the 21"Century and Corporate Governance-Success or Failure-Which Marked the 2000-2010 Period?Source: Hank Boerner - (Corporate Finance Review - May / June 2011)
This year will mark the 1Oth anniversary of two dramatic events that helped to define the start of the second decade of the 21't century and that had lasting impact on business, finance, politics, and the American culture.The...
April 22, 2011 Whose money is it, anyway? Try the “Universal Owners” MoneySource: Hank Boerner, CSRWire Talk Back
Let’s ask ourselves, whose money is it, anyway? In a recent CSRwire Talkback blog post, I wrote that, in my opinion, the highest test of true corporate responsibility is to see how the corporate board and management respect the...
March 1, 2011 Sustainability and ESG Reporting Frameworks: Issures have Gaap and IFRS for Reporting Financials What About Reporting for Intangibles and Non-Financials?Source: Hank Boerner - (Corporate Finance Review - March / April 2011)
In the United States corporate issuers and investors have the familiar GAAP to rely on for their reporting,covering Financial aspects of the publicly owned enterprise;in Europe,the UK, and in many others nations there are...
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