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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

10 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

August 4, 2020

One Year Later: Does the Business Roundtable Statement Matter?

More and more people perceive that corporations cannot function in a vacuum that casts ESG concer...

By Jim DeLoach

August 3, 2020

SEC Issues Rule on Proxy Advisors; Companies to Finally Get Their Say

A new proxy advisor rule from the SEC will be effective December 1, 2021. Here’s what direc...

By Alexandra R. Lajoux

April 24, 2020

Think Carefully Before Rewarding Executives Who Cut Their Salaries

Boards should use caution in deciding whether to grant equity to executives who take salary cuts ...

By David Swinford

April 1, 2020

COVID-19: SEC Filings Are a Communication Platform

In this time of crisis, 10-Q and 10-K filings are a great tool companies can use to communicate t...

By Leah Rozin

March 18, 2020

Virtually Connecting with Shareholders Amid a Public Health Crisis

As travel bans grow and large events are increasingly cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak, man...

By Cathy Conlon

January 29, 2020

Directors Talk Post-Breach Processes

At a recent roundtable event cohosted by NACD and Baker Tilly, directors discussed communication ...

By Mandy Wright

January 28, 2020

Wake-Up Call: Directors Must Focus on Sustainability Risks, BlackRock Letter Presses

Following the publication of BlackRock’s 2020 letter to CEOs, boards should consider their ...

By Helle Bank Jorgensen