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LSE spat prompts questions over transparency and succession

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The qualified right to flout non-disclosure agreements

The qualified right to flout non-disclosure agreements

07 December 2017

Amid criticism of gagging clauses, greater awareness is needed of the enduring ability to make protected disclosures. Read more

LSE spat prompts questions over transparency and succession

LSE spat prompts questions over transparency and succession

07 December 2017

The departure of the London Stock Exchange’s chief executive tests relations between shareholders and directors. Read more

Weinstein and the end of wilful ignorance

Weinstein and the end of wilful ignorance

07 November 2017

Boards need to take immediate action to deal with cases of harassment. Read more

Brace position: English law on strikes

Brace position: English law on strikes

07 November 2017

A series of airline industrial disputes flag the English legal restrictions on strikes. Read more

10 reflections on boosting board ethnic diversity

10 reflections on boosting board ethnic diversity

23 October 2017

The latest iteration of the Parker review responds to recent events, recognises requests to broaden its purview, and warns its advice may become obligatory. Read more

Pay ratios could lift the fog of unfairness

Pay ratios could lift the fog of unfairness

29 September 2017

Proposals to reveal the disparity in pay between CEOs and workers are unlikely to end a febrile debate. Read more

Final toll for Bell Pottinger sounds governance warning

Final toll for Bell Pottinger sounds governance warning

19 September 2017

As a racially-tinged scandal wrecks Bell Pottinger, we ask what businesses can learn. Read more

Doubts raised over effects of CEO-worker pay ratios

Doubts raised over effects of CEO-worker pay ratios

30 August 2017

The duty to publish ratios receives a mixed reception, as backers call for more and critics downplay its impact. Read more

Why charity trustees face unseen hazards

Why charity trustees face unseen hazards

25 August 2017

Potential disqualification for Kids Company directors shows charity trustees must be aware of their liabilities. Read more

Snap snub prompts debate on dual-class shares

Snap snub prompts debate on dual-class shares

09 August 2017

Lack of voting rights creates concern over governance and investor input. Read more

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