Category Archives: Disclosure

Not Everything is About Investors: The Case for Mandatory Stakeholder Disclosure

By | October 10, 2019

Courtesy of Ann Lipton Businesses that operate in the United States are constantly required to disclose information. Both state and federal law require merchants to disclose product and service information to consumers.  Federal law requires employers to disclose workplace hazards to employees.  Data on the racial and gender makeup of a firm’s workforce must be… Read More »

Tyler Gellasch – SEC’s Corporate Disclosure Rules Are the Latest Front in the War on Climate Change, Corporate Tax Avoidance, and Much More

By | November 2, 2016

Courtesy of Tyler Gellasch An unexpected fight is unfolding at one small agency in DC that may have profound impacts on every single American for decades. The battle is being waged on the 10th floor of 100 F Street (also known as the headquarters of the Securities and Exchange Commission) and the Capitol building across… Read More »