The truth about corporate political spending issues
CoC Event: Moving the Goalposts
CoC Event: Brad Smith on Politics and Corporate Political Speech
CoC Event: Paul Atkins on Activist Investing
How has Citizens United changed the debate over corporate political spending issues?
What are the trends in shareholder activism related to political proxy proposals?
Are further corporate political spending disclosures material to investors?
Which regulatory body is best equipped to manage corporate speech issues?
What is the Center for Political Accountability and their Model Resolution Proposal?
Paul Gigot on the political campaign to stop companies from exercising their free-speech rights
Former SEC Commissioner Paul Atkins on Wall Street regulations and political disclosure
NYSE This Week in the Boardroom Interview, March 22, 2012
Sen. Mitch McConnell (R, Ky.) speaks at the American Enterprise Institute about President Obama and free speech. June 15, 2012
Waging War on Business, by Proxy
Commissioner Gallagher on Corporate Political Disclosure
James Copland, director of the Manhattan Institute’s Center for Legal Policy and editor of the ProxyMonitor.org website, interviews former SEC commissioner, Paul Atkins, on the top trends in shareholder activity.
Jim Copland explains the importance of corporate governance issues
The SEC is considering a proposal to require publicly traded companies to disclose money donated for politics to shareholders — a conflict to the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision. Ray Suarez hears both sides of the debate from Robert J. Jackson of Columbia University Law School and former SEC commissioner Paul Atkins.