Over the past three decades, shareholder proposals have transformed the corporate landscape in the U.S. by spurring the adoption of governance best practices. Excerpts from
While a growing number of investors became more accepting of allowing for better disclosure on environmental and social issues, shifts in voting behavior took several
Appearances can be very deceiving. Case in point: The high-level summary numbers of voting results over the last nineteen years seem to indicate that little
In the wake of hundreds of lawsuits over deadly wildfires in California, and with potential liabilities amounting to an estimated USD 30 billion, PG&E Corp.
Below is an excerpt from ISS ESG’s recently released paper “COP 24 Paris 2.0”. The full paper is available for download from the Institutional Shareholder
The opioid epidemic plaguing the U.S. has brought heightened regulatory and legal scrutiny to the pharmaceutical industry. In addition to numerous lawsuits and investigations, the