Corporate Reputation

A strong heritage can bring unexpected benefits to an organisation but what happens if the history makes uncomfortable reading?

IHG Hotels & Resorts delayed unveiling its responsible business plan to manage the pandemic, but the end result is richer

As climate change moves to the top of the agenda, fossil fuels companies are under attack but what is the answer in a world that relies on gas and electricity?

It’s one of the most tricky issues to tackle but rebellions over executive remuneration are unlikely to die down

The Guardian has achieved B Corp status, affirming once again that it puts purpose before profits

Activists are causing arts organisations to rethink – and even return – financial donations from corporate sponsors, which can leave both sides looking exposed

The old, stuffy Land Securities has been transformed into bright, engaging LandSec

The Chinese government plans to rank its people according to their trustworthiness as determined by their activities on social media

Poundland’s controversial festive campaign has focused attention again on whether brands should use humour on social media

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GE Reports

The explosive behind-the-scenes story of the scandal that has rocked Bell Pottinger