Business & Human Rights

  • Meta Challenges Authority of German Regulator at Top EU Court

    May 11, 2022

    Meta has challenged in the European Court of Justice a 2019 decision by the German competition authority that found 95% of Facebook’s market share in Germany allowed the company to violate data privacy rules.

  • New Investment Firm Taking on ‘Woke’ Capitalism

    May 11, 2022

    A new investment firm, founded by pharmaceutical investor and author of « Woke, Inc » Vivek Ramaswamy is taking on ‘Woke’ or ‘Stakeholder Capitalism’ with the backing of various individuals including Pershing Square Capital boss Bill Ackman and tech billionaire Peter Thiel.

  • Miller: Stakeholder Theory Model Raises Serious Questions

    May 06, 2022

    Iowa college law Professor Robert T. Miller explores in a paper published in the Harvard Law Forum for Corporate Governance how the Stakeholder theory model raises serious questions about how Boards would allocate benefits among stakeholders.

  • Cogan and Warsh: Reinvigorating Economic Governance

    May 04, 2022

    John F. Cogan and Kevin Warsh writing for the Hoover Institution outline a new framework to revitalize the governance of economic policy, arguing that the U.S. would significantly improve its economic performance if the U.S. system returned to one based on the  nation’s foundational system of natural liberty.

  • FCA to Require Companies to Disclose on Board and Executive Diversity

    April 27, 2022

    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced that it has finalized rules for listed companies to disclose on diversity and inclusion at the board and executive committee level, beginning April 1, 2022 forcing companies to include a statement in their annual financial report if they have met diversity targets.

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