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Sep 18, 2019

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Will shareholders make way for other stakeholders?

by Tracey Samuelson Aug 19, 2019
CEO group Business Roundtable says companies should consider how they're affecting employees, customers and society — in addition shareholders.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon leads the Business Roundtable. Above, JPMorgan's New York City headquarters in 2017.
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Corporations pledge to prioritize employees and environment

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser Aug 19, 2019
Amid criticism of wealth inequality and CEO pay, Business Roundtable vows to serve more than shareholders.
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Why stock buybacks soared at the end of 2018

by Marielle Segarra May 2, 2019
There are several reasons for the frenzy.
The New York Stock Exchange is pictured on January 03, 2019.
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The last CEO standing from the financial crisis

by Kai Ryssdal Oct 3, 2018
Cybersecurity is now the top worry of Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JPMorgan Chase.
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How will corporations spend their tax cuts?

by Marielle Segarra Dec 1, 2017
History points to companies spending tax cuts on paying dividends to shareholders.
 Legislation and regulation books related to the GOP's planned tax overhaul are stacked and ready in the House Ways and Means Committee hearing room in Washington, D.C.
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Why companies differ over 'proxy access'

by Reema Khrais Apr 18, 2017
Investors in IBM will vote next week on whether to give themselves more rights to influence company decisions. Many companies have already embraced a kind of governance called “proxy access,” where shareholders can nominate company officials. But other corporations, including…

31 of 33 big U.S. banks pass stress tests

by Mitchell Hartman Jun 30, 2016
The Federal Reserve will allow many of the nation's biggest banks to return up to two-thirds of net profits to shareholders.
 JPMorgan Chase was one of the banks that passed the Fed's annual stress test.
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The Price of Profits

How a baseball lawsuit helped define how corporations are governed

by Scott Tong Jun 16, 2016
It all started because there were no lights at Wrigley Field for night games.
Javier Baez of the Chicago Cubs bats against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Wrigley Field on June 3, 2016, in Chicago. The Cubs defeated the Diamondbacks 6-0.
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The Price of Profits

Former BP CEO John Browne emphasizes the long term

by David Brancaccio Jun 15, 2016
Old strategies of social responsibility won't work, he says.
The then-Group Chief Executive of British Petroleum (BP) , Sir John Browne, at the company's headquarters in London in 2000.
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The Price of Profits

Introducing "The Price of Profits"

by Marketplace Staff Jun 13, 2016
We're exploring what happens when profits become a company’s product, in partnership with Business Insider.
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