Blog Posts

Justin Danhof Responds to Nasdaq’s “Wholly Unconstitutional” Diversity Regulation

In response to Nasdaq’s diversity regulation, Justin Danhof calls out…
January 18, 2021

Is the Stakeholderism Debate Over? Here’s Why It Shouldn’t Be.

Just before Christmas, strategy + business declared stakeholderism the new corporate law of the land.
January 14, 2021

Cast Your Second Vote with Your Wallet

2020 was a tumultuous year for American businesses – from the pandemic lockdowns…
January 11, 2021

How BlackRock in the Presidential Administration Will Hurt Your Wallet

When it comes to setting the course on Wall Street’s priorities, not many firms can…
January 8, 2021

NASDAQ’s Mandatory Diversity Quota

In an effort to “enhance investor confidence,” Nasdaq submitted a…
January 4, 2021

With the Green Energy Push, Voting Your Shares Is More Crucial than Ever

It’s not a surprise green energy advocates have blacklisted oil companies and natural gas producers.
January 4, 2021

“The Great Reset”? How World Economic Forum Goals Hurt Shareholders

Every year in January, some of the world’s most powerful, wealthy, and influential people descend…
December 29, 2020

As Individual Investors Flood the Market, Let’s Put Shareholders First

The coronavirus pandemic has changed American society in more ways than we can count. But…
December 17, 2020

How Proxy Advisors Impact Your Bottom Line

Along with the growing trend of shareholder activism, the influence of proxy advisory…
December 7, 2020

Sustainable Finance or Big Bank Censorship?

For the last decade, environmental and shareholder activists have been increasing pressure on…
November 30, 2020