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ESGAUGE released today a set of infographics to illustrate key findings from its shareholder voting analysis. Learn more at esgauge.com

The Oxford Business Review today covered ESGAUGE’s database of shareholder voting, highlighting findings on the growing demand for environmental disclosure. “[T]hanks to the endorsement of larger institutions such as BlackRock, Vanguard, and

The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance published today findings from the analysis of shareholder resolutions and voting results tracked by ESGAUGE across the Russell 3000 and S&P 500 indexes. 2021

The COVID-19 crises will define the 2021 proxy voting season, with a focus on human capital management, board diversity, transparency on corporate political activity, and the risks posed by climate

In discussing the growing demand for a diverse corporate boardroom, The New York Times’ DealBook cites ESGAUGE data on board composition and governance practices. The article links to the online dashboard ESGAUGE

The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance published today findings from the analysis of CEO succession announcements tracked by ESGAUGE across the Russell 3000 and S&P 500 indexes. ESGAUGE has compiled

Financial news channel CNBC featured today the new data and analysis published by ESGAUGE on CEO turnover. “A new study from The Conference Board provided exclusively to CNBC shows that only 71

Once the economic fallout from COVID-19 began, CEO turnover in the Russell 3000 has been seeing a marked slowdown as boards opted for continuity. It’s one of the key findings from