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Corporate Governance Press Releases

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29 Jul. 2021 »
In the Aftermath of Widespread Social Upheaval, Companies Pledged More Support for Racial Equity. Most Have Been Laying the Foundation for Long-Term Impact

In the Aftermath of Widespread Social Upheaval, Companies Pledged More Support for Racial Equity. Most Have Been Laying the Foundation for Long-Term Impact

29 Jun. 2021 »
Under Pressure: How Corporate America Can Address Social Issues

Amid mounting calls for companies to speak out on social issues, report details how organizations can avoid the pitfalls—and seize the opportunities.

28 Jun. 2021 »
Beyond Check-Writing: How Companies Can Rework Their Philanthropic Approach to Addressing Social Problems in US Cities

Listening tours in Detroit, Baltimore, Newark, and Los Angeles offer fresh insight into how companies can improve outcomes of corporate-funded social programs

22 Jun. 2021 »
Is Stock Performance Losing Influence on Whether a CEO Stays or Goes? New Study Suggests ESG Factors May Be Swiftly Gaining Ground

Is Stock Performance Losing Influence on Whether a CEO Stays or Goes? New Study Suggests ESG Factors May Be Swiftly Gaining Ground

25 May. 2021 »
To Help Sustain Capitalism, Report Details How Business Leaders Can Address Workplace & Societal Inequities

Climate change, racial injustice, workplace inequality, lack of equal economic opportunity, and unequal access to capital are among the growing threats to the success of capitalism, which in turn threatens the prosperity of both business and society.

24 May. 2021 »
Report: Director Compensation at a Crossroads, as Boards Weigh Bigger Workload with Economic Sensitivities of Pandemic

Many corporate boards of directors are facing a predicament in setting their own compensation, finds a new report from The Conference Board in collaboration with Semler Brossy and ESG data analytics firm ESGAUGE.

25 Mar. 2021 »
Report: Companies Face a New Era of Scrutiny on Political Activity

Companies are facing ever-greater scrutiny of their political activities, with some of America's biggest businesses still grappling with a response to January’s Capitol riot.

12 Feb. 2021 »
Survey: Corporate PACs Took Unprecedented Action by Broadly Suspending Political Contributions Following Capitol Riot

The Conference Board survey reveals PAC contribution suspensions wider than announced

28 Jan. 2021 »
Crises Will Define 2021 Proxy Voting Season, with a Focus on Human Capital, Board Diversity, Corporate Political Activity, and Climate Change at Virtual Shareholder Meetings

2021 Proxy Season Preview and Shareholder Voting Trends (2017-2020) builds on a multi-year analysis of corporate filings across both the Russell 3000 and S&P 500 indexes to provide insights for what’s ahead in shareholder voting.

22 Jan. 2021 »
Corporations Continue to Increase Their Sustainability Disclosure in Key Areas—New edition of benchmarking report looks at trends in global sustainability reporting—

Major corporations notably increased their sustainability disclosures in key areas last year, including climate-risk reporting, human rights, and water stress exposure, according to a new report by The Conference Board.

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  • Employment Growth Continues, But at Slower Pace

    Total nonfarm payrolls employment increased by 661,000 in September.

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