Making sound business decisions requires a good deal of research and information gathering. Without knowing the history of a company or the market trends of the industry, your company can be exposed to risks that can affect its reputation and liability, and potentially vulnerable to financial losses.
It seems as though the Bribery Act is finally about to take centre stage. On the 5th December, the UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO) secured convictions against two individuals under the Bribery Act 2010; the first convictions under the legislation since in came into force in July 2011.
Instead of inviting consumers to shop at its stores on Black Friday, REI created the #OptOutside campaign, which encourages customers to check out its website for hiking trails, mountain destinations and other outdoor excursions.
Our series on PESTLE risk monitoring continues with a deeper look at “L”—Legal risk—and how it can impact organisations enterprise-wide.
Our series on PESTLE risk monitoring continues with a deeper look at “T”—Technological risk—and how it can impact organisations enterprise-wide.
The value of having real-time access to what people are saying about your company is essential to anyone involve in communications. LexisNexis Newsdesk® delivers just that; read about the latest review from Jinfo here.
Our series on PESTLE risk monitoring continues with an exploration of the “S”—Socio-cultural—and how it influences supply-chain and third-party risk to global organisations.
In a frank and wide-ranging exclusive interview, Mr Lulin, Senior Vice-President and Chief Ethics Officer at L'Oréal, told us that businesses must pursue ethical policies to succeed, and that a key reason for businesses to act ethically is today’s investors, shareholders and consumers not only expect strong ethical standards but require them.
LexisNexis has chosen Critical Mention, a full-service media monitoring company, to bolster the real-time television and radio broadcast coverage in its media intelligence solution.
Modern slavery risks have risen across the world over the last year, including in 20 of the 28 member states of the European Union. Today, on Anti-Slavery Day, we look at the increased risks and numbers of victims of forced labour in supply chains, and how to mitigate these risks.