Apollo Global named former SEC Chairman Jay Clayton as lead independent director, after a probe into the firm's links to Jeffrey Epstein.
For years Wall Street sprinkled money across U.S. politics to make and keep friends in Washington. Now, it's rethinking the consequences.
Starbucks named Mellody Hobson to lead its board as chairwoman, making her one of the highest-profile Black directors in corporate America.
National Pension Service may be set to make its voice heard at dozens of companies including such giants as Samsung Electronics Co.
Asset managers BlackRock and Vanguard are failing to live up to their promises to push companies on climate change, some investors say.
Wells Fargo's decision to appoint a remote CEO raises questions about how important proximity is in a modern workplace.
Employing more women brings a stock market boost, according to Morgan Stanley research on how diversity links to share prices.
Copart Inc., the last company in the S&P 500 without a female director, has appointed Diane Morefield to its board of directors.
Investors grilled BP executives at the company's annual meeting on its plans to tackle climate change and preparation for energy transition.
BlackRock, Deutsche Bank's largest single shareholder, won't vote on the performance of the bank's management at its annual meeting.
PG&E Corp. is nearing a deal with a group of investors that includes naming Bill Johnson as CEO and overhauling its board.
Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan stepped down amid mounting pressure over the lender's scandals and will be replaced by the bank's general counsel.
As more investors mimic Paul Singer's activist approach, the nation's conglomerates are increasingly engaging with minority shareholders.
The terms of an SEC settlement with Tesla don't go far enough to fix the company's corporate governance woes, an investor group states.
Previ, Brazil's biggest pension fund, is using its 180 billion reais in assets under management as ammunition in a minority-shareholder rights war.
Spotify's co-founders plan to maintain control over the music service after its stock listing by holding shares with super voting power.
The SEC will review a dispute between Express Scripts and New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli over his effort to force the company to increase cyberrisk disclosures.
Citigroup Inc. said it would measure, publish and take steps to close the gaps between what it pays men and women in three countries and for U.S. minorities.
Uber shareholders are said to have agreed to sell a sizable stake in the ride-hailing leader to an investor group led by SoftBank Group.
Equifax investors are pushing its board to adopt a stronger clawback policy and stop using adjusted financial results to calculate executive bonuses.
Governance lapses at Umgeni Water could jeopardize the state-owned utility's ability to raise financing, Futuregrowth Asset Management warns.
Och-Ziff Capital Management Group's main business will probably avoid conviction in a U.S. bribery probe by having an overseas unit plead guilty.
The California Public Employees' Retirement System backed E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. in its proxy fight with activist investor Trian Fund Management, which the $305.3 billion pension fund criticized for having a “short-term focus.”