From Outside of Russia Without Love: Do Foreign Media Affect Corporate Governance Violations?
- The Media Impact of Board Member Appointments in Spanish-Listed Companies: A Gender Perspective. Anca, Celia; Gabaldon, Patricia // Journal of Business Ethics;Jul2014, Vol. 122 Issue 3, p425
Recent corporate governance literature on gender diversity within boards has linked the effect of an increase in gender diversity to the firm's corporate reputation. This paper analyzes the media impact of appointing new directors of Spanish companies at a particularly significant moment, during...
- Channel 4 looking for a business to help. // Cabinet Maker;10/10/2008, Issue 5609, p4
The article reports that Channel 4 documentary is looking for candidates to be part of the program which aimed to help ailing business in Great Britain. The company is specifically looking for privately-owned business with an annual turnover in the region of Â£500 to Â£5 million. It notes...
- Media scrutiny of governance is the most intense since the 1980s (Book). // Corporate Board;Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 23 Issue 137, p28
An analysis of more than 25 years of historical data shows that scrutiny of corporate governance matters is the strongest it has been in well over a decade, according to research firm CARMA International, Inc.
- Have I got news for you. Hilton, Anthony // Management Today;Jan1999, p28
Focuses on how companies manipulate the media for their own benefits. Promotion of chief executive's reputation; Manipulation in commercial life; Importance of the public relations machine; Securing of favorable comments. INSET: Good news, bad news..
- Take account of employees. Lyons, Roger // Accountancy;Jun2001, Vol. 127 Issue 1294, p1
Comments on the impact of corporate restructuring on employees in Great Britain. Contribution of workers on the planning process; Exposure of company issues to the media; Development of information and consultation rights for employees.
- Improving industry's image. MacMillan, Keith // Journal of General Management;Autumn86, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p63
Can Industry Year effectively counter the long-standing antipathetic attitudes in Great Britain towards business? And can it also overcome the negative images of business so often projected by the media and pressure groups? Not unless it has a more potent underlying message, according to this...
- Times are tough for the new-business directors in media. Darby, Ian // Campaign;2/16/2007, Issue 6, p10
In this article, the author views that the times are tough for new-business directors in mass media. It is often a lone wolf job, requiring lots and lots of resolve and initiative in the face of irritating colleagues when things are not going well. The good new-business directors are hard to...
- Ad giant BDM to create media firm. Chura, Hillary // Crain's Chicago Business;02/28/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p30
Reports plan of advertising company BDM Inc. to combine the media-buying operations of Leo Group and MacManus Group in a separate subsidiary in the United States. Creation of media services company; Benefits of forming a media holding company; Maintenance of separate brands in major markets.
- How to Get the Best Press. Goodwin, Jennifer // Corporate Meetings & Incentives;Nov2003, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p27
Presents ways on how to get the best press to cover a corporate meeting. Need to hire a public relations professional; Dedication of a press team during the meeting; Preparation of the topics to be tackled during the meeting; Ways on how to deal tricky questions. INSET: Pick Your Weapons |...