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While the battle between regulation and deregulation rages on, shareholder protection may be a job best accomplished by boards.
Equal Pay Day highlights income inequality between men and women, and perhaps the answer to addressing unequal pay is through best corporate practice.
Regulatory trends and potential lawsuits demand that employers come up with a better way of reimbursing their mobile workers exactly what is owed and proving what was paid.
With New York’s new cyber-security law in effect, compliance officers will need to stay agile to remain compliant with data protection rules. Here are five tips for how to do just that.
If the Rolls-Royce deferred prosecution agreement is any indicator, the Serious Fraud Office plans to make heavier use of DPAs going forward, especially for companies with paper compliance programs.
The Odebrecht corruption case is already a thing of legend for its size and scope, but it might ultimately be better known for the improvement in international compliance it will encourage.
A highlight of the biggest ethical failures of 2016, including the scandals that rocked Wells Fargo, Unaoil, and Teva, and what public companies should do to avoid a similar fate.
We are only a month into the Trump administration, and there are already a number of compliance developments to keep an eye on.
A company’s biggest asset is its reputation, and scaling back regulations themselves will do little to protect against the outrage of the public, the media, and marketplace rivals.
Bringing CEO pay in line with lower-rank workers isn’t a bad idea, but implementing it poorly can make it one.
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