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Corporate governance is the set of processes, customs, policies, laws and institutions affecting the way in which a corporation is directed, administered or controlled.
Corporate governance also includes the relationships among the stakeholders and the goals for which the corporation is governed.
24 Feb 2005
An international accounting standard (IAS24) could force companies to disclose the full value of individual directors' remuneration packages, according to consultancy Watson Wyatt.
17 Feb 2005
Metropolitan Police prioritises communications by giving management role to information chief.
3 Feb 2005
Model agency improves communications strategy to win Investors in People recognition
21 Jan 2005
Mail regulator Postcomm has rapped the Royal Mail's knuckles for anti-competitive sales promotions. The mail service is to train staff and check promotional material
12 Jan 2005
Prospect, the union for the UK’s scientists, has welcomed the Home Office announcement that the Forensic Science Service (FSS) is...
4 Jan 2005
Beverley Whittaker, commercial lawyer at law firm Stevens & Bolton, explains what the Freedom of Information Act will mean for employers
22 Nov 2004
Google, the internet search engine, has been named the ‘World’s Coolest Company’ by the Unshrink network of international business leaders....
19 Oct 2004
Some companies have failed to embrace the spirit of the revised code on corporate governance and simply “wish it will...
12 Oct 2004
A third of leading companies have ignored one of the key recommendations of the Higgs report on corporate governance by...
21 Sep 2004
US corporate governance has been strengthened to restore public trust in listed companies and enhance the transparency of corporate reporting.
1 May 2004
The European Court of Justice is Europe’s supreme legal body that ensures legislation is consistent in each member state. Its...
20 Jan 2004
What difference has the Higgs Review on corporate governance made to HR and to organisations generally? Scott Beagrie gets the views of some of the major players