JPMorgan & Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has called investors who use proxy advisors “lazy” for blindly following advice on matters like executive compensation or mergers. Now, he and other corporate executives may be getting some relief.
Two companies in the limelight recently for awarding huge pay packages illustrate some of the problems with governance more than they illustrate problems with pay.
It can be challenging to be a CISO, or chief information security officer. Few people inside the organization understand what they do, but still place an enormous amount of pressure on them to safeguard the organization.
Welcome to the age of six-figure bonuses and remote work arrangements — for technology employees. The gap between the demand for technology skills and lack of supply is putting pressure on companies to wage raises and retrain existing workers for jobs.
The Internet of Things is here. You may have a smartwatch that monitors your fitness routine or a smart home that allows for remote control of the lighting, security or temperature. But when it comes to business, leveraging the Internet of Things to accomplish specific tasks is no plug-and-play matter.
In almost every crisis, it’s not entirely clear whom to blame. But customers and the public are quick to assign blame anyway, complicating efforts to conduct a proper investigation and publish the results.
Facebook has become the perfect example of a company in crisis. It has also changed the way companies approach crisis communications. We take a look at how to respond to crisis in the modern age.
A scan of recent headlines is a reminder that CEO succession is not always a well-orchestrated victory lap for the departing CEO.
Companies that undergo an internal investigation must juggle multiple issues, including the possibility of conflicts of interest jeopardizing the investigation. Nissan Motor Co. is one company that has had to struggle with those issues.
CEOs are taking a stand during divisive moments, complaining about the U.S. president and his policies, running ads on controversial topics and letting their political views be known. But is this a good thing? Some companies are saying “yes.” But a few governance and public relations experts are say “no,” or at least, “very rarely.”