Businesses Should Expect – and Prepare for – Even More Scrutiny on Political Giving
What began with a few companies and organizations pausing political giving after the Capitol riot and GOP-led efforts to overturn the presidential election results has now turned into a movement.
A Toss-Up: How Will Trump or Biden Govern When One Finally Wins?
Today, neither President Donald Trump nor his Democratic challenger, Joe Biden, has secured the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the White House after an unprecedented, unpredictable campaign that played out amid a global pandemic, economic recession and a national reckoning on race.
Staying Focused on Business Objectives Amid Campaign-Year Chaos
Trying to make sense of Washington? Don’t let campaign-year chaos distract from core business objectives and concentrate on long-term planning
How the Impeachment Inquiry Could Impact Doing Business in DC
The decision this week by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to open an inquiry to try to impeach President Donald Trump will have a seismic impact on how business gets done in Washington for the foreseeable future.
Is Ditching Quarterly Reports the Short-termism Answer?
A Presidential tweet recently ignited another conversation about a long-term focus in public equity markets. As grand calls for change abound, what practical steps can directors and public company leaders take in the near-term to find practical ways to embrace long-termism? In a column for Directors & Boards Abernathy MacGregor’s Pat Tucker offers perspective on the debate over quarterly reporting and advice for creating a long-term focused culture now.