Back to the ‘80s:
How America’s corporations lost their public purpose. These may be flush
The group’s 1981 statement called for corporations to be “a positive force
Business Roundtable’s misguided decision to put shareholders last. An unpleasant déjà
Human capital management and oversight should be a bigger part of the agenda.
The S&P 500 ESG (environmental, social and governance) Index lost a few
A few years back, I was at a non-business cocktail party, chatting
Forty years ago, Directors & Boards posited the question, “Is Any CEO Worth $1 Million?” Today, almost all CEOs are apparently worth $1 million — often $1 million a month!
A focus on environmental, social and governance benefits should be framed by the lens of business benefits. The directors of a Delaware corporation have a fiduciary duty to
Fighting short-termism by embracing purpose and all stakeholders. By Martin Lipton