Monthly Archives: May 2019

Should companies take a stand on political and social issues?

The question of whether corporations and CEOs should get involved in high-profile public issues is hardly new. But it vaulted into prominence last month when Brunei introduced new laws which would allow gay men and adulterers to be stoned to … Continue reading

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One more for the Non-Apology Hall of Shame

In the heat of an election campaign, politicians are even more likely than normal to say something stupid or insulting. So it’s a good time for the political elite (and others) to remember how and when to apologise. Sadly there is … Continue reading

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