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Corporate Citizenship & Philanthropy In the Media

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08 Jan. 2020 »
Steve Odland: Where The Women Are

Corporate Board Member | Read

06 Jan. 2020 »
Matteo Tonello: Proxy Voting Analytics (2016-2019) and 2020 Season Preview

Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance | Read

30 Dec. 2019 »
Matteo Tonello: Board-Shareholder Engagement Practices

Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance | Read

23 Dec. 2019 »
CEOs Are Bailing Out In Droves; Do They Know Something?

Investors Business Daily | Read

18 Dec. 2019 »
The Conference Board’s report is a call to action

Accounting Today | Read

18 Dec. 2019 »
#MeToo drove wave of CEO firings in 2018: Report

Fox Business | Read

18 Dec. 2019 »
Want to Date a Colleague? Think Carefully

The Wall Street Journal | Read

18 Dec. 2019 »
It’s 2019, and women CEOs are losing representation at top companies

Fast Company | Read

18 Dec. 2019 »
Changes in CEO Succession

Fortune | Read

18 Dec. 2019 »
Aspiring CEOs, do these 7 things if you want to get and keep a job as the top boss

Fast Company | Read

ECONOMIC INDICATORS

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  • Brazil 1.0%
  • China 1.5%
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  • Germany 0.4%
  • Global 0.1%
  • India 0.1%
  • Japan 0.2%
  • Korea 0.5%
  • Mexico 0.2%
  • Spain 0.3%
  • U.K. 0.2%
  • U.S. 0.3%
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  • Global Economic Outlook:
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  • Despite gradual slowing of job growth, labor market will still feel tight in 2020

    The US economy added 145,000 jobs in December, and previous months were revised down slightly. The unemployment rate remained at 3.5 percent. This month’s job growth was in line with The Conference Board’s view that the labor market appears to be in a healthy state.

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