Around the world, trust in large institutions and their leaders is at a distinct ebb and trust in the business world has continued to deteriorate.
When joining a corporate board, some of the best and most important insights a new director receives come from their fellow board members.
In 2017, high-profile data breaches continued to create major legal issues for some of the country’s largest corporations. In part one of a two-part article, a pair of securities and shareholder litigation lawyers look at what this may mean for officers and directors in terms of liability.
Greg Taxin, managing member of Spotlight Advisors, LLC, discusses the mistakes that boards and management too-commonly make when confronted with a proxy contest.
Companies benefit long-term when they prioritize the professional development of their employee leaders, because it cultivates an organizational strength and sustainability that spans generations of leadership.
Samsonite’s board fired CEO Ramesh Tainwala for a self-inflicted injury—trying to get away with lying in a big data world.
Corporate Board Member spoke with directors at the annual Boardroom Summit event in New York City this past April about why strategy is so important, and why directors should be spending more time on it.
If your company is thinking about selling any assets to a foreign buyer or forming some type of foreign...
Bob Romanchek, partner with Meridian Compensation Partners, joins TK Kerstetter to review the landscape that today’s compensation committee members are now navigating.
Index funds are awakening to their influence and the responsibilities associated with their place at the top of the shareholder register.
Disney CEO & chairman Bob Iger didn’t hesitate a moment in showing moral leadership this week by cancelling “Roseanne.”
A crisis can reveal inner truths about a company. Companies whose policies reflect a core set of values encompassing integrity, honesty, transparency and respect will be apparent in a crisis.