Results for Governance

Daily Media Briefing 14th November

Daily Media Briefing 14th November

November 14, 2012 EU softens 40% quota for women directors; City ‘decades behind’ its clients over the issue of gay workers; Liberia watchdog reviewing $8bn of deals; Libor could hit banks’ credit ratings; Anti-austerity strikes sweep Europe Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 29th August

Daily Media Briefing 29th August

August 29, 2012 Mining giant's AGM under siege over rights abuses; Paralympic sponsor engulfed by disability tests row; Australian and EU carbon markets to be linked; Ski lifts help open $25 billion market for storing power; Gender equity: new standard by UN Women & SAI Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 16th August

Daily Media Briefing 16th August

August 16, 2012 Bangladesh, India, Vietnam supply chains most at risk from natural disaster; Johnson & Johnson widespread commitment to toxic ingredient removal; News Corp sets up global ethics team in wake of hacking scandal; Libor scandal: Seven banks summoned in US probe GRI calls for public to comment on sustainability reporting guidance Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 6th August

Daily Media Briefing 6th August

August 06, 2012 Can the climate be insured?; Prize fund for carbon capture projects shrinks by £800m; Algae biofuel technologies ripe for $1.6 billion market by 2015; Walmart reiterates commitment to women’s economic empowerment in Asia Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 4th July 2012

Daily Media Briefing 4th July 2012

July 04, 2012 Clegg in drive for ‘John Lewis economy’; China riot police clash with environmental protesters; Avon calling for South Africa’s jobless; Network Rail engulfed in fresh row over directors' bonuses; GlaxoSmithKline fined £1.9 billion ($3 billion) for drug mis-selling and bribing doctors Read more >
If the Pope can go to Cuba, why can’t companies embrace government? A mini manifesto for change

If the Pope can go to Cuba, why can’t companies embrace government? A mini manifesto for change

March 30, 2012 The prevailing consensus in business used to be that government is the problem. What we need is lower taxes and less regulation, and we’ll create the jobs and money that you need to keep your voters happy. You can trust us – take a look at our corporate responsibility report where you can see all the good things we are doing. (But just in case, we will still maintain well-funded public affairs departments to lobby and fend off unwelcome interventions.) Read more >