CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

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  1. Toyota will include 500 of its new hydrogen-powered Mirai cars in a fleet of vehicles to be used at

    Commentary: Toyota’s incredible success is giving off uncomfortable mixed vibes

    The Japanese company is an emblem of resistance to corporate governance reform, says the Financial Times' Leo Lewis.
  2. FILE PHOTO: The WeWork logo is displayed on the entrance of a co-working space in New York

    Exclusive: WeWork considers dramatic valuation cut in IPO

    WeWork owner The We Company may seek a valuation in its upcoming initial public offering of between US$10 billion and US$12 billion, a dramatic ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: The WeWork logo is displayed on the entrance of a co-working space in New York

    WeWork considering curbing Neumann's voting power to save IPO: source

    WeWork owner The We Company's executives, investors and advisers are discussing curbing the voting power of founder Adam Neumann and removing his ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: Neumann, CEO of WeWork, speaks to guests during the TechCrunch Disrupt event in Manhatt

    Founder's grip on WeWork may be hard for investors to stomach

    Investors in the upcoming initial public offering of WeWork's parent, The We Company, are being asked to lower their standards for corporate ...
  5. Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat speaks during the Singapore Corporate Awards

    Good corporate governance remains important in slow economy: Heng Swee Keat

    Good corporate governance is especially important in an adverse economic environment, said Finance and Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat during ...
  6. Singpost

    Commentary: Are SingPost’s lapses indicative of a deeper malaise in the company?

    Those at SingPost have a heavy burden of fixing past issues after sweeping changes at the senior management level and hasty acquisitions made some ...
  7. SGX

    37% of independent directors exceed 9-year tenures, steps needed to meet new listing rules: Report

    The biennial survey also found that 3.5 per cent of Singapore-listed entities do not have independent directors accounting for at least one-third ...