Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance

Kwon Oh-joon

Kwon Oh-joon named VP of World Steel Association

Posco chief being lined up to lead steelmaking through potentially turbulent years ahead… By Darren Parkin KWON Oh-joon, CEO of South Korean steel manufacturer Posco, has...
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MONARCH LATEST: Where did it all go wrong?

Private equity firm which owned the popular airline says the total cost of its collapse will take years to calculate as it stares into...
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Five reasons why you should consider employee share ownership

In association with Malcolm Hurlston CBE, chairman, Employee Share Ownership (Esop) Centre The idea that employees should own shares in the company they work for...
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Structured Deal

Massive conglomerate in China takes an unusual step by revealing the complex details of its ownership, internal make-up, and investments. In an age of...
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ICC Court to establish MENA Representative Office in UAE

The International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has announced it is to open a representative office for the Middle...
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Corporate Punishment

The UK government has pledged to crack down on ‘bad’ boardroom behaviour. But how far can it go? And will the corporate world fall...

Tata Steel: Perseverance & Excellence

Blame it on Ayn Rand. She – of Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead fame – provided Sajid Savid with an ideological backbone. Secretary for...

The big win

Business Vision’s Naomi Majid takes a look at successful corporate governance in South Africa to determine why it’s working, and if it can be...

Case study: Jeff Bezos

Amazon boss gives peers a tactical lesson in how you can achieve growth while going for broke NESTLED on the outskirts of a former coal...

The Power of Incremental Change and the Quest for Perfection

Toyota spends in excess of $10bn annually on automotive research and development. That pile of money buys the company incremental improvements in nearly all...