A year after the #MeToo campaign kicked off with a series of high-profile figures falling from grace, the movement to end sexual harassment and assault in the workplace is sweeping the boardrooms.
Hester Peirce, a Republican member of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, criticized a bill passed by the heavily Democratic California Legislature requiring public companies based in the state to have at least one woman on their boards by 2019.
Institutional Shareholder Services, the big advisory firm, is considering a new policy of recommending "no" votes against certain directors on companies without a single woman on their boards.
In a historic week for antitrust, the DOJ lost a landmark challenge of a vertical merger, Comcast announced a hostile bid for Fox and the DOJ antitrust chief was chased by paparazzi.
Tuesday is a big day. Here's what to expect heading into the coming week, from North Korea to the Justice Department.
Apple's patent case against Samsung is now in its eighth year.
Tesla denies the claim it infringed on Nikola's patent.
An internal review of management behavior at the healthcare company over opioid distribution prompted by complaints from shareholder International Brotherhood of Teamsters gives company officials a clean bill of health.
Bitcoin prices fall sharply Wednesday below the $9,000 threshold. Here's what you need to know.
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