Private Investors

Activist investors are more powerful than ever. Here’s what that means for the economy

Activist investors buy a stake, mobilize other influential investors and then enforce their own goals for the company Image: REUTERS/Aly Song

Dominik Breitinger

Project Lead, Climate Governance and Finance, Global Leadership Fellow, World Economic Forum

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