Business & Human Rights

  • NR: Thatcher and Hayek

    April 26, 2023

    Andrew Stuttaford writing for The National Review explores Former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s admiration for Friedrich Hayek and the impact his analysis of socialism had on her mandate.

  • Subjective Standards and the Weaponization of Bullying for Political Purposes

    April 26, 2023

    The Guardian reports the latest example of subjective standards being weaponized for political purpose in the resignation of Dominic Raab, who was known to be « robust » to his staff, leading managers across the board to prepare and be on their guard in their leadership positions as many leadership styles are being interpreted as « bullying ».

  • The Future of Activism Following The First Universal Proxy Card Contests

    April 26, 2023

    Posted in the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance, this post discusses how the mandated use of the universal proxy card has changed the tactical and legal considerations of a proxy contest.

  • Companies Risk Falling on Social Credit Scores for not Following Woke Agenda

    April 19, 2023

    Executives at companies like Nike and Kate Spade are being forced to invest in the woke agenda or risk failing in their social credit score produced by  Corporate Equality Index or CEI, which is overseen by the Human Rights Campaign.

  • Tice: The Lehman moment for the ESG movement

    April 10, 2023

    Paul Tice writing in the Washington Examiner compares the recent bank failures and their links to the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) to the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers in 2008 brought on by its president and COO, Joe Gregory, spending most of his time promoting diversity and inclusion, suggesting that the ESG agenda is on its way out.

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