Angered at the shareholder revolt at Apple over the $99mn pay packet for chief executive Tim Cook, Moritz, a partner at Sequoia Capital, argues that Institutional Shareholder Services and its smaller rivals have “become judge and jury for the actions of corporate America”.
There was once a point where the Omicron variant was disrupting trade, and pandemic-related shipping delays, congested ports and packed warehouses. Now, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has added to supply chain woes...
This post explores the trend in corporate breakups. Breakups were a theme last year: in November alone, Toshiba, General Electric and Johnson & Johnson announced that they were demerging their businesses.
The International Sustainability Standards Board is planning to unify sustainability disclosure standards. A consultation is to be held this spring which will be a test of whether companies can decide on a single framework.