Special Report on
Corporate Transparency and Accountability
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Corporate citizenship, or corporate social responsibility, is often perceived in terms of companies’ involvement in charitable causes only benefiting the communities in which they operate. This view is limited and insufficient in the world of global business. A key goal of good corporate citizenship should be the development of institutions that improve local governance and markets. This goal can only be achieved though grassroots engagement with local stakeholders. As Don Eberly put it in his book The Rise of Global Civil Society, the greatest act of social responsibility for multinational firms is “to create a worldwide ...
Being a board member used to be easy; all you had to do was attend a few meetings…say “yea” or “nay” (in harmony), enjoy the odd charming meal, and maybe walk…or drive 18 holes. And for this privilege, you were paid quite handsomely. Directors at Fortune 1000 companies reported an annual average retainer and per-meeting fee that totaled $76,707 this year, up 35% from 2004. Directors at companies with revenue in excess of $20 billion made an average $115,375, a 43% increase. But the lazy days of being a corporate director may be ancient history. Tough ... Read More
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