A few months ago I argued in a blog that the FANGS are too dominant and regulators should break them up. In its feature this week on competition The Economist agrees about the problem -and says it goes wider than the tech giants – but … Continue readingBreaking up the FANG should not be hard to do
In 1971, at the age of 17, I had an opportunity that had nothing to do with school but that proved to be the most important educational experience of my life. It took me out of my comfort zone, exposed me to working with people … Continue readingIf you really care about social mobility, start here
The National, a daily newspaper in the UAE, ran an article looking at Mike Ashley’s Newcastle Utd ownership. It made reference to the Tomorrow’s Company stewardship table which was released in 2009. You can read the article here.
The Tomorrow’s Company Report NEDs – Monitors to Partners is referenced in this Forbes article about how the fallout from the emissions scandal at Volkswagen and subsequent spotlight on the alliances between industry and finance. You can read the article here.
It’s behind the paywall unfortunately but Tomorrow’s Company is featured in this Financial Times article about how to create strong boards by mixing experienced non-experts with experts. The article is entitled ‘Mix know-nothings with know-alls to supercharge your team’. FT subscribers can access the article … Continue readingTomorrow’s Company featured in Financial Times
Last night Tomorrows’ Company launched its latest report NEDs: Monitors to Partners, which analyses the changes needed in governance to enable companies to focus on creating long-term, sustainable business. Te report, written in consultation with senior UK chairs and directors, Tomorrow’s Company argues that governance has become … Continue readingBoards have become bogged down in governance and must be more future focused
On 4 May Mark Goyder was an opening speaker in the 30th EU Corporate Governance Conference, held in Malta. The theme of the session in which he spoke was ‘Long-term value creation – determine the future of our economic and political systems’. We need a vision … Continue readingA vision of value creation
Patrick Hosking’s discusses Promoting Long-Term Wealth, the latest Tomorrow’s Company report, in The Times today. The article is entitled ‘Building a brave new world of investment on ghosts of the past’. You can read it here.
Mark Goyder was quoted in a City AM article by Hayley Kirton which discusses the recent fallout at Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct. The article is entitled ‘Calls for better governance at Sports Direct heighten, after Mike Ashley defies the will of the company’s other shareholders’. … Continue readingTomorrow’s Company featured in City AM
This Tomorrow’s Company paper sets out some simple actions that companies could take to provide leadership post Brexit. Executive Summary Whether you were for leave or remain, the result of the referendum is a wake-up call for business and political elites. Business lost its voice … Continue readingThe need and opportunity for business to lead post Brexit