The COP 26 summit saw the creation of the International Sustainability Standards Board. It is producing draft standards for climate-related corporate disclosures.
The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor's 2022 report assesses the conditions for entrepreneurs in 50 countries. Check out the best countries for entrepreneurs as per the latest report.
The metaverse and other emerging technologies are reshaping business. Top executives now say this is one of the biggest factors informing their thinking.
A software entrepreneur and author explains how to foster a risk-taking culture in business so that innovative and unconventional ideas are unlocked.
The three major areas that would benefit from industry-wide harmonization of cybersecurity regulations are data protection, interoperability and cost.
Trust in governments has declined, but trust in healthcare companies remains strong. These businesses can only bolster that trust through their actions.
New proposed cybersecurity rules will require companies to report cyber breaches and explain how board members are planning to mitigate cyber risk.
A cyber risk balance sheet documents cyber events that could have financial implications for an organization. A new report outlines how to implement one.
Adversity is a part of business — how we overcome it shapes the success of our companies and workers. Here's how to build resilience and prepare for adversity.
Companies can uphold human rights by auditing their business practices and supply chains. But such due diligence must be precisely implemented.
Cyber attacks present a huge risk to companies and ultimately to society. Companies need to stop relying on insurance and manage cybersecurity effectively.
The emergence of mandatory human rights and environmental due diligence is a pivotal moment for firms to demonstrate a commitment to good corporate governance.
Public perceptions of pharma companies, banks and governments have improved in recent years. Technology companies are the most trusted types of organization, a new survey shows.
Employers must have difficult conversations, increase the diversity of their boards, and recognise that virtual networks cannot replace real-life relationships