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The Activision Blizzard Case, Part I: Disclosure Controls

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“Mission creep” is one of those nebulous concepts that government watchdogs love. Originating in military strategy, the term generally refers to an agency or office expanding its focus beyond its own stated purpose. It comes to mind when st...

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Resistance to Corporate Diversity Initiatives is Likely Futile

Resistance to Corporate Diversity Initiatives is Likely Futile

Resistance to Corporate Diversity Initiatives is Likely Futile

After two decades, you could make a strong case that the dominant story in corporate America of the 21st century has been the growing influence of environmental, social and governance issues. Recent pushback against corporate diversity and...

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