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When employees failed to connect with Weir’s vision, the company resolved to make all 15,000 shareholders

When Thomas Cook went into administration, social media became an information channel for stranded holidaymakers

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

BT’s new chief executive has adopted a new approach to engaging with employees

The success of the Lionesses at the World Cup prompted a wave of interest in women’s football but how is it best to build and exploit that?

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

Years after EY first launched its corporate purpose, the professional services firm launched a programme to re-engage employees

A spate of suicides at France Telecom following a corporate restructuring provides further evidence on the importance of culture

While celebrities and royalty alike justify flying by pledging to plant trees, the carbon offset is time-consuming and complex to calculate. Behaviour change is a far more efficient solution.

Is the government’s plan to introduce diversity pay reporting flawed?

You may not like what the journalists are planning to write, but is it ever appropriate to threaten an injunction to prevent publication?