John C. Bogle, founder of Vanguard Group, died in January.
The index fund revolutionized investing for millions. Its founder died on Jan. 16.
Quantum physics can offer astonishing insights into the different modalities of innovation in large companies and startups.
The study of innovation in large companies and start-ups would benefit from being inspired by physics, which mobilizes different sets of laws for large masses and particles.
Sergio Marchionne was Fiat chief for 14 years.
Marchionne set new leadership standards as CEO of the Fiat family business. His successor, Mike Manley, must build on his legacy.
Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes.
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Elizabeth Holmes has been charged with 'massive fraud'. She maintains her innocence but what lessons can boards take away from the whole affair?
Taking the fall.
More women are making it to the boardroom but are often promoted to an untenable and precarious leadership position.
Renault Trucks supports the World Food Program and trains WFP teams in Africa on truck maintenance.
Far from being a public-relations gimmick, corporate volunteering can present a strategic tool for companies to better cope with the ongoing demographic shifts and manage their talent.
Increasing the amount of skills on a board from 10 to 13 reduces firm performance by about 2.4%, research finds.
If there are more directors with common skills on boards, then they are more likely to communicate effectively.
In Indonesia, severe public penalties are inflicted upon people found to be in same-sex relationships.
LGBTI employees relocating for a foreign assignment are likely to experience additional hardships compared to the typical expatriate.
This architectural rendering of the ‘Zen room’ in Accenture’s new Melbourne offices is an example of companies creating more modern and alluring workplaces to attract top talent.
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Top-end companies are investing in design features to make their offices more appealing to staff. But many workers are looking for more than just funky design from their workplaces.
Silly labels for well-paid roles just add another layer of elitism.
Adam Cranston, is facing charges in relation to his alleged involvement in the Plutus Payroll tax fraud case. Cases like this highlight how the corporate veil works.
The corporate veil, traditionally friend of directors and foe of outsiders, may have turned double agent.
Raising revenue through corporation tax hikes won’t be a piece of cake.
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Labour has pledged to raise the rate of corporation tax to 26% by 2020. How much could this raise?
Me, myself, my brand.
As companies strive to take advantage of the selfie phenomenon, they're also realizing that consumers' self-portraits constitute a whole new form of brand co-creation.
Australian shareholders could initially benefit from the company tax cut.
Many of the claims about the impact of the company tax are overblown, including the government's estimation of how much it would cost.
Share a little?
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Rather than pursue self-interested policies that widen the gap between rich and poor, companies can invest in their workers, curb income inequality and make more money all at the same time.
Governments of countries, like Panama, where secretive companies operate need better laws to comply with international tax agreements.
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Governments shouldn't have to rely on major international information leaks like the Panama Papers to get information about companies' tax avoidance abroad.
The gap between CEO pay and average wage has sky-rocketed in the last 20 years. It's not just unfair, it's bad for business.
In its home territory of the UK, a mention of the word “Aga” immediately conjures up an image of middle-class, middle England, where the Aga cooking stove is the aspirational kitchen feature. No country…
A little transparency goes a long way.
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A plan to disclose the names of corporate auditors has its flaws, but it comes with a rule that will help investors determine how well a company is being audited.
Apple COO Tim Cook (L) stepped up into Steve Jobs’ (R) big shoes.
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Now you see them, now you don't: what's behind the vanishing COO phenomenon?