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    1. Why The Pushback On ESG Is Good For ESG

      Why The Pushback On ESG Is Good For ESG

      Recent pushback on ESG is a sign that it is evolving, with stakeholders taking steps to make ESG efforts more consistently tangible, meaningful and measurable. Calling out misinformed approaches helps make the case for proper design and action. Many business leaders are using the critique of ESG programs to analyze their current approach and rethink their strategies to create more value and impact...

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      Mentions: ESG Stakeholders
    2. How Leaders Can Continue The Trend Of Aligning Corporate Social Policy With Employee Expectations

      How Leaders Can Continue The Trend Of Aligning Corporate Social Policy With Employee Expectations

      Now—more than ever—corporations must show they care about workers' opinions on key issues to attract and retain talent. Amazon’s recent announcement that it is going to pay up to $4,000 in travel expenses for employees who travel to have an abortion and other medical procedures is just a recent example of how corporations are aligning themselves with social issues to attract and retain talent...

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    3. Best Practices For Brands Taking Activist Positions

      Best Practices For Brands Taking Activist Positions

      There has never been a neat, clean break between business and geopolitics. As far back as the eighteenth century, the American colonies boycotted British goods, culminating in the Boston Tea Party and paved the way for the establishment of the U.S. However, in recent years, corporations have seen their fates ever more tied to the surrounding political mood...

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      Mentions: Activism Activist
    4. How Corporate Responsibility Is Influencing Consumer Buying Decisions

      How Corporate Responsibility Is Influencing Consumer Buying Decisions

      Ten years ago, brands could get by without making a statement. But disease, social injustice, economic collapse and war are weighing heavily on your shoppers’ minds right now. While the world is never going to be a perfect place, it’s clear that shoppers expect businesses to do more than just provide products and services...

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    5. Nielsen And The WindAcre Partnership: A Nostalgic Tale Of A Corporate Raider And Private Equity White Knights

      Nielsen And The WindAcre Partnership: A Nostalgic Tale Of A Corporate Raider And Private Equity White Knights

      In the last several weeks, most of the attention in the corporate governance world has been focused on the drama playing out between Elon Musk and Twitter’s board of directors—especially the Twitter board’s decision to install a “poison pill” to prevent Musk from attempting a hostile takeover...

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    6. Enhancing Traditional Corporate Governance With DAOs

      Enhancing Traditional Corporate Governance With DAOs

      Mathematician Andrew Wiles compared the process of doing mathematics to navigating a dark mansion, stating: “One stumbles around bumping into the furniture but gradually you learn where each piece of furniture is. Finally, after six months or so, you find the light switch, you turn it on, and suddenly it’s all illuminated. You can see exactly where you were.”...

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