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It is that time of the year again, when the leaders of the majority of public companies have the opportunity to showcase their annual efforts to their investors and provide an insight into the prospects for the future. As the bulk of AGMs get underway this month, corporate services Morrow Sodali offered advice to business leaders on how best to engage with shareholders, including activist shareholders, using New York-based fund manager BlackRock – the world’s largest investor with more than $US5 trillion of assets under management – as a profile case. In the report, Morrow Sodali chairman John Wilcox said shareholders like

Download our white paper on preparing for notifiable data breaches hbspt.cta.load(2597977, '63a914ce-52b1-4a76-a8f9-112ce0febc21', {});   I’ll keep this brief. Uber has been hacked. It’s not the first time a major corporate has been on the wrong end of a cyber breach, but it’s particularly pertinent for Australian readers: in less than three months, new mandatory reporting legislation begins for some companies which discover personal data has been stolen. As we prepare to enter this new era of mandatory reporting, it’s worth looking at just what a hash Uber made of their data breach. When breaches happen, lawmakers and customers want accountability. The best way of

The last few years have seen an exponential rise in “entrepreneur speak”, innovation and constant coverage of the Silicon Valley Unicorns that are changing the way many companies do business. The innovation revolution is here and the future has never been harder to predict. Businesses and industries that always seemed safe and predictable are struggling to stay ahead. The Ubers, the AirBnBs and Brickx of the world will continue to evolve established models and disrupt industries. You invest in R&D R&D doesn’t need to be a costly long-term investment or a phrase to be feared. R&D can be easy and the impacts on