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March 14, 2019

Directors Discuss How to Build Cyber-Risk Resilience

“What’s the board’s role in a data breach?” This was a question posed by one of the director atte...

By Jesse Rhodes

March 13, 2019

What You Need to Know About Cyber Insurance and Regulatory Change

As recent events have shown, the pace and scale of cyberattacks continue to grow, as do the finan...

By Bob Parisi and Christopher Hetner

February 25, 2019

Re-Tooling Your SOX Hotline to Combat Sexual Harassment

Companies can no longer view sexual harassment flippantly—as just another human resources headach...

By Audrey Ingram, Michael Mann, and Jamie Schafer

February 19, 2019

Workforce Data Insights: Goldmine Or Landmine?

In my work with the C-suites of leading global companies, we are shaping an exciting workforce-re...

By Eva Sage-Gavin

February 11, 2019

ESG Oversight Lessons from the PG&E Bankruptcy Filing

The recent news that California utility PG&E Corp. filed bankruptcy should cause pause in eve...

By Gib Hedstrom

January 29, 2019

Being Attuned to Forces of Change Is Vital For Corporate Performance

We are living through a period of immense upheaval—economic, geopolitical, technological, societa...

By Richard Smith-Bingham

January 25, 2019

Fink Letter Says Purpose and Profits Inextricable: He’s Not the First

“Purpose is not the sole pursuit of profits but the animating force for achieving them. Profits a...

By Judy Warner

January 14, 2019

Judge Approves Settlement in Yahoo! D&O Shareholder Suits

The settlement is, to date, the only cash recovery in a derivative action involving a data breach...

By Craig Newman

December 19, 2018

Lessons for Directors from the Cross-Border Arrest of a Chinese CFO

On December 1, Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer (CFO) of Chinese telecommunications gian...

By Caroline Colpoys, Jessica Heim, and Elizabeth Krabill McIntyre

December 11, 2018

Is Your Board Keeping Up With Evolving Expectations Around Privacy?

India, the world’s largest democracy, last year declared that “privacy is the constitutional core...

By Katherine W. Kelley