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July 29, 2021

Boards Face Pressure to Act on Climate Change

Activist investors target oil and gas but calls for change span industries.

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By Rhonda Stewart

July 14, 2021

Investors Have Spoken: What Can We Learn About ESG from the 2021 Proxy Season?

During a recent chapter webinar, speakers addressed ESG lessons from this year’s proxy seas...

By Anna Catalano

February 12, 2021

BlackRock Envisions a Net-Zero Future: How Can Boards Prepare?

In his latest letter, Larry Fink doubled down on BlackRock’s assertion that climate risk is...

By Melissa Paschall

February 3, 2021

Fink’s 2021 Letter Highlights New Issues, New Priorities for Boards

Larry Fink’s 2021 letter to CEOs, part of which focuses on a new goal of achieving net-zero...

By Friso van der Oord

January 20, 2021

Watch for More Hostile Takeover Attempts in 2021

The events of last year brewed today’s optimal conditions for hostile takeover bids—and in ...

By Jay Frankl, David Farkas, and Robert Kueppers

December 17, 2020

Climate Change Under the Biden-Harris Administration: What Boards Should Know

Regardless of the makeup of the US Senate, we can anticipate plenty of climate action from the in...

By Veena Ramani

December 4, 2020

Is the Pandemic an Excuse to De-prioritize ESG?

The COVID-19 pandemic has been the perfect call to action for ESG—but 79 percent of investors say...

By Laurie Hays

October 19, 2020

Investor Interest in Diversity-Related Disclosures and Actions Grows

Recent initiatives by institutional investors and others have raised the bar for DE&I commit...

By Liz Zale and Chris Cernich

October 6, 2020

Ten ESG Reporting Questions Directors Should Consider

Inspired by the global rise of reporting beyond financial results, these are 10 relevant question...

By Jim DeLoach

September 30, 2020

Investors Are Worried About Cybersecurity: What Boards Should Do

Investors are worried about cybersecurity—and the drumbeat is getting louder. Boards should focus...

By Jake Olcott