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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

February 1, 2019

CES Experience 2019: New Trends and Their Implications for Board Oversight

How will smart homes, driverless vehicles, digital voice assistants, robot helpers, wearable tech...

By Friso van der Oord

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 23, 2019

Four Reasons to Cast Sunlight On Director Succession Planning

Letting in some sunlight on the director succession process could alleviate many of the common pr...

By Paula Loop

January 18, 2019

The Evolving US-China Relationship: What to Pay Attention to In Q1 2019

The year 2018 ended with the US-China relationship in a precarious position, leaving many onlooke...

By Katherine W. Kelley

January 8, 2019

CES Experience 2019: Experts’ Takes on Big Ideas

A bread-baking robot that cranks out golden, fresh loaves every six minutes. Another robot built ...

By Katie Swafford

January 3, 2019

Global Survey Identifies Top Risks for 2019

A challenging year lies ahead for companies in terms of macroeconomic, strategic, and operational...

By Jim DeLoach

December 6, 2018

Oversight of Digital Transformation: Insights from Active Directors

Disruptive innovation has a clear impact on the half-life of companies’ business models, and indu...

By Jim DeLoach

December 4, 2018

Proxy Season 2019: What’s on the Horizon for Boards

What to anticipate for the 2019 proxy season, complete with NACD resources.

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By Peter Gleason