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When Life Gives You Lemons, Make ‘Lemonade’ Or Something Like It

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Are Public Benefit Corporations, like Lemonade, the new route for an IPO? Maybe they should be

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When Life Gives You Lemons, Make ‘Lemonade’ Or Something Like It

When Life Gives You Lemons, Make ‘Lemonade’ Or Something Like It

Are Public Benefit Corporations, like Lemonade, the new route for an IPO? Maybe they should be

Outlaws of the Roundtable? Adopting a Long-term Value Bylaw

Outlaws of the Roundtable? Adopting a Long-term Value Bylaw

Read our latest post from Cleary partner Neil Whoriskey.

Directors have a duty to look beyond their shareholders

Directors have a duty to look beyond their shareholders

The stakes for responsible corporate governance have never been higher

Patagonia, Ben & Jerry’s, and 30 other companies tell the Business Roundtable CEOs to put up or shut up

Patagonia, Ben & Jerry’s, and 30 other companies tell the Business Roundtable CEOs to put up or shut up

The group wants the new definition of the “purpose of a corporation” to be legally binding.

Harvard prof: 'Stakeholder’ corporate paradigm is just P.R. - and bad for everyone

Harvard prof: 'Stakeholder’ corporate paradigm is just P.R. - and bad for everyone

Fashions change and presidential administrations come and go, but the feud betwe...

Stakeholder capitalism, executive compensation and corporate governance

Stakeholder capitalism, executive compensation and corporate governance

Stakeholder capitalism, executive compensation and corporate governance

New paradigms in purpose, ownership and engagement

New paradigms in purpose, ownership and engagement

Moreover, among those institutional investors, traditional ones such as pension funds, which typically have longer-term investment horizons, are also decreasing, being replaced by new types ...

Thoughts for Boards of Directors in 2020

Thoughts for Boards of Directors in 2020

Thoughts for Boards of Directors in 2020 December 30, 2019 Thanks to Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz In hindsight, 2019 may come to be viewed as a watershed year in the evolution of ...

On Governance: State Law Implementation of The New Paradigm

On Governance: State Law Implementation of The New Paradigm

With, among other things, the embrace of corporate purpose, ESG, and long-term investment strategy by BlackRock, State Street and Vanguard; the adoption and promotion by the World Economic ...

Addressing Economic Insecurity: Why Social Insurance Is Better Than Corporate Governance Reform

Addressing Economic Insecurity: Why Social Insurance Is Better Than Corporate Governance Reform

The question that emerges from proposals to elevate a corporation’s “purpose,”[1] the call for co-determination in Senator Warren’s Accountable Capitalism Act and now the Business ...

Wayward Leviathans

Wayward Leviathans

How America's corporations lost their public purpose.

Shareholders v Stakeholders

Shareholders v Stakeholders

Shareholders v Stakeholders in light of Business Roundtable (BRT) Statement on the Purpose of the Company. "All men are created equal" became a rallying cry

3 Ways to Put Your Corporate Purpose into Action

3 Ways to Put Your Corporate Purpose into Action

Too often, it remains poorly defined and aspirational.

Twenty-first century corporate governance moves into adulthood

Twenty-first century corporate governance moves into adulthood

Twenty-first century corporate governance is about to enter its 20s – or, phrased differently, its teenage years are about to end. Like most teenagers, it has been unpredictable and unruly, ...