Companies beware: shareholder activism is back
While the phenomenon of shareholder activism has been around for some time, the middle of the last decade saw a significant uptick in such activity.
And while the 2008 collapse of the financial markets slowed down the surge, the current recovery raises this question: has the threat to boards and companies returned?
Our answer: a resounding yes. And companies would be well advised to make sure they’re prepared…
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