A Tax Day Note To Corporate America: Pay Your Fair Share

A Tax Day Note To Corporate America: Pay Your Fair Share

By Martin Whittaker

Struggling with your tax filings?

Back in October, just about a month before he was elected president of the United States, Donald Trump tweeted: "I know our complex tax laws better than anyone who has ever run for president and am the only one who can fix them #failing @nytimes"  

Taking The Lead On Equal Pay: 7 Companies That Pay Women Fairly

Taking The Lead On Equal Pay: 7 Companies That Pay Women Fairly

By Andy Knauer

In March, legislation was introduced in Iceland’s parliament that would require companies of 25 or more to prove that they pay all their employees equally, “regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexuality, or nationality.” 

Who Is The Wall Street Bull's New Opponent And What Does She Have To Say About Board Refreshment?

Who Is The Wall Street Bull's New Opponent And What Does She Have To Say About Board Refreshment?

By Kimberly Gladman

Fearless Girl, sculptor Kristen Visbal’s new piece, was installed on International Women’s Day by State Street Global Advisors, along with the fund manager's promise to urge Russell 3000 companies to diversify their boards with more female directors.

Companies’ travel ban condemnation is a sign of things to come

Companies’ travel ban condemnation is a sign of things to come

By Martin Whittaker

The Executive Order signed last Friday evening by President Trump suspending or barring immigrants and refugees from seven countries from entering the United States has not only sparked protests and outcry around the country; it has provoked widespread condemnation from the business community that reflects their customers’ – and employees’ – outrage.