The U.S. Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) has approved an interpretative guidance to clarify what publicly-traded companies should disclose to investors in terms of the impact that material climate change-related developments could have on their business.
In a news release today, Telus Corporation announced that its shareholders will have a non-binding vote on executive compensation, or ‘say on pay’, at its annual meeting in 2011.
On April 9, 2009, a Private Members Bill tabled by Ontario MPP Laurel Broten asked the OSC to review corporate reporting standards on environmental, social and corporate governance matters.
Goldman Sachs (Goldman) is no stranger to investor uproar about how much it pays its employees, especially senior managers. The billions in the bonus pool…
Last week, Quebec took an important step towards the modernization of its business legislation with the introduction of Bill 63 (the Bill) into the Quebec National Assembly under the title Business Corporations Act.