Salon Dinner Recap: “Corporate Disasters: Can’t These People Get Anything Right?” – An evening with Bethany McLean
October 12, 2018
We recently hosted business journalist and author Bethany McLean in our latest Salon Dinner. Read a recap of this informal and interactive discussion among C-suite executives and other business leaders.
Stock Industry Classifications Are Changing – What This Means for You
The reclassification of hundreds of stocks will have broad investor relations-related implications for many public companies, including in the areas of share price valuation benchmarking, industry growth rate comparisons, and shareholder composition.
Salon Dinner Recap: ‘What You Should Know About the CEO’ with Marc Feigen
April 6, 2018
We recently hosted a dinner in Beverly Hills with "CEO Whisperer" Marc Feigen, trusted advisor to some of the world’s leading Chief Executives. Read our recap of this informal and interactive discussion among CEOs and other business leaders.
Crisis: when should the board get involved?
Corporate boards have a lot to do these days, and the recent spate of high-profile crises suggests that crisis management should be a priority for directors. Two of our leading crisis management advisors, Jim MacGregor and Ian Campbell, offer their take on how boards should approach crisis preparation and management.
Should an activist be allowed to address the board?
In Directors & Boards magazine, Managing Director Jeremy Jacobs addresses the perennial question of whether corporate boards should meet with shareholder activists. Not every activist requesting a meeting should get one, but in certain instances, directors should keep their friends close and their activists closer.