As the crisis in Ukraine escalates, boardrooms and senior management teams worldwide are now likely talking about the problems of doing business in conflict zones.
Activist shareholders are stockpiling record amounts of cash this year, determined to take on below-par boards.
Andrew Mason, the chief executive officer of Groupon, has, in his own words, been fired.
On the 50th anniversary of the publication of Betty Friedan’s The Feminine Mystique I’ve started to wonder how far we’ve come in the boardroom.
As we move into the year, companies and their leaders are under greater scrutiny than ever.
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