Category: Why Transparency

JUST Capital is an independent nonprofit dedicated to building an economy that works for all Americans by measuring and improving corporate stakeholder performance at the largest public companies – and they have long been focused on corporate transparency. One thing…
As I noted last month, I’m getting pretty excited about the 5th Annual “Transparency Awards” coming up just one week from tomorrow, on September 19th – the winners in eight categories will be announced as part of a video ceremony…
The business case for transparency is actually quite simple. It’s about trust. It seems like a no-brainer that you would want to build trust with your shareholders. Your employees, customers and suppliers. Your communities. All your stakeholders. You gain their…
By now, you might be asking the question: “What is ‘transparent’ disclosure anyway?” I can tell you for starters that transparency means something that is far more than plain English, far more than proxy design. It’s about clearly communicating –…

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