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In this second article on corporate governance where we focus on DEI challenges, one of our operating assumptions is that unless the board of a public company reflect the diversity of its customers, its employees and the communities it serves and operate within, it will fail to serve all of its various stakeholder in an equitable way...

There is shifting demographics in USA and in major industrialized countries, and industries have not kept up with this demographic shift at various leadership levels, including the highest level which is the board of directors. This article begins to shed some light on this as part of our Economic and Social Justice Program (ESJP)...

In the intricacies of global economics, both countries and corporations play pivotal roles, contributing distinctive threads to the world's economic and financial tapestry. This briefing opens the curtain a bit on the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of nations and the Market Capitalization (Market Cap) of corporations, giving insights into their influence, ethical considerations, and power dynamics and raising the questions of accountability and responsibility to global citizens and the planet...

Credit card debt hit a record $1.08 Trillion by the third quarter of 2023, with an average balance of $5,900 per borrower. The interest rate for all credit card accounts hit a record 20.68% in May 2023, as reported by Federal Reserve data...