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participation would lead to higher growth rates.

Participation Needed to Restore Trust

Participation by every American family in the market and in corporate governance is needed to address growing inequality, sense of powerlessness and slowing growth rate. As long as 84% of corporate stock is owned and controlled by 10% of Americans, corporations will not be trusted; nor should they be. (more…)

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Hank Boerner

Hank Boerner: a Top Thought Leader in Trust

My friend, Hank Boerner, Chairman of the Governance & Accountability Institute was named to the 2015 awards list by Trust Across America-Trust Around the World (TAA-TAW), and is one of only 15 professionals named to the prestigious “2015 Top Thought Leaders in Trust: 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award Winners.” (more…)

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Bartley Madden on capitalism

Video Friday: Bartley J. Madden on Capitalism

Guest Post: Bartley J. Madden. After a career in money management and related investment research that included the founding of Callard Madden & Associates, Madden retired as a Managing Director of Credit Suisse/Holt.  During his career he developed the CFROI valuation framework which is used today by money management firms worldwide.  He is currently an independent researcher […]

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100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior

CHESTER, NEW JERSEY, January 14, 2013. Trust Across America, global leaders in information, standards and data, and Who’s Who in trustworthy business has selected 2013’s Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior. These people collectively represent a group that can genuinely transform the way organizations do business. Consider following us on Twitter. According to […]

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Weathering a Crisis: Weil in Silicon Valley

On May 8, 2012, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP’s Silicon Valley office hosted a one day symposium on Weathering a Crisis for corporate leaders and general counsel. Panel discussions focused on how to effectively handle a crisis before it becomes public; how to navigate the media while preserving your company’s public image; and how to implement sound […]

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Review: Trust & Control in HRM

Trust and Human Resource Management, edited by Rosalind Searle and Denise Skinner highlight trust as key to human resource management (HRM) from pre-entry to post-employment. The collection will be of great value to academics in the HR field and to practitioners interested in enhancing trust levels in their organizations. Trust has long been associated with […]

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Investors Fear Their Advisers

A new poll shows that nearly 60% of 4,000 investors who responded to a recent poll said getting scammed is their top fear when dealing with investment advisers. (Why investors fear their advisers – Investment News, 11/11/2010) Is it any wonder? Daniel Sparks, the former head of Goldman’s mortgage department, freely admitted in Senate testimony […]

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Do Directors Get Adequate Support?

For the past few months, Alex Todd of Trust Enablement Incorporated, has been conducting a survey to determine to what extent corporate directors feel they are receiving sufficient support to perform their duties.  Although he has already compiled interim results, the survey will remain open in order to obtain a sufficiently large sample size for […]

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