As the coronavirus pandemic continues to roil markets, it’s hard not to think about the 2008 financial crisis. BoardEx has taken the opportunity to delve into data this week about what C-suite movements looked like as the Great Recession took shape.
Tech leaders have a key challenge on their hands – to manage the current situation arising from the coronavirus while preparing for a rebound. How can CIOs, CTOs, and CISOs enable employees to connect, communicate, and collaborate virtually, safely and securely in this time of uncertainty?
Travelex, the world's largest retail currency dealer, said it would appoint Steinhoff Europe director David Frauman after the resignation of a string of board members associated with its troubled indirect parent.
In these strange times, BoardEx has taken a moment to analyze data surrounding a topic that’s important now and still will be when the markets rebound — the joint chairman-CEO role. As the coronavirus outbreak continues to hammer public and private companies, we at BoardEx have looked at how the prevalence of the chairman-CEO role has changed since the last financial crisis in 2008.
Dominick Sutton, Chief Data Officer of BoardEx was invited to present the findings of the BoardEx Global Board Gender Diversity Report 2019 at the AESC Executive Research Forum in London. What was weighing on the minds of Executive Researchers?
The airline's founder Sir Stelio Haji-Ioannou has reportedly threatened to call an extraordinary shareholder meeting every seven weeks to remove one of easyJet's non-executive directors if an order with Airbus is not cancelled.
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