Author: Scott Shepard

When Will ABC’s False Reporting Require Daddy Disney’s Discipline?

When Will ABC’s False Reporting Require Daddy Disney’s Discipline?

ABC, like the rest of the former news industry, has devolved from often left-slanted reporting to outright leftwing propaganda. So goes the modern American media. But at what point does this divergence between claimed truth and real fiction violate parent-company ...
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Some Questions For BOA’s Billion-Dollar Brian Moynihan

Some Questions For BOA’s Billion-Dollar Brian Moynihan

Brian Moynihan, the monumentally self-impressed CEO of Bank of America (BoA), announced last week that the bank would be “committing” $1 billion over the next four years to “assist people and communities of color” in view of “racial injustices.” At ...
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CEOs Need To Focus On Rebuilding Shareholder Value, Not Rebranding The Redskins

CEOs Need To Focus On Rebuilding Shareholder Value, Not Rebranding The Redskins

The CEOs of some of the biggest American corporations, including PepsiCo, FedEx and Bank of America, spent the recent Independence Day weekend trying to cancel the names of the Washington Redskinsand Cleveland Indians. The qualifications of these CEOs to force other organizations ...
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After Labor Department’s Wise Move, Time To Hold Public Pension Fund Managers To A Return-Maximization Standard As Well

After Labor Department’s Wise Move, Time To Hold Public Pension Fund Managers To A Return-Maximization Standard As Well

Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia recently announced a proposed rule to require private pension fund managers to maximize risk-appropriate returns rather than indulge their personal policy preferences when selecting investments. When so much of corporate America is mouthing ill-considered platitudes while ...
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Stakeholder Primacy: Who’s Playing Whom?

Stakeholder Primacy: Who’s Playing Whom?

Last summer the Business Roundtable – a body comprised of CEOs of many of the country’s largest corporations – voted to reinterpret its theory of the corporation to give its members a massive increase in latitude and cut in oversight ...
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COVID-19 Model Failures Show Why Climate Science Isn’t ‘Settled’

COVID-19 Model Failures Show Why Climate Science Isn’t ‘Settled’

The scientific models used to predict the global impact of the COVID-19 crisis have cast into acute doubt the idea of iron-clad, unquestionable scientific modeling itself. Model failure has had potentially catastrophic effects on the world economy. It should have ...
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Under a Fog of Pablum, Google Promises to Keep Censoring Conservative Content

Under a Fog of Pablum, Google Promises to Keep Censoring Conservative Content

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Alphabet's virtual annual shareholder meeting today started off in the partisan manner you would expect of Google's parent company: CEO Sundar Pichai commiserating with the protests against police mistreatment of blacks and minorities, without spending a moment to consider police ...
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Kraft Heinz Finally Shares Some Good News:  No Corporate Ties to SPLC

Kraft Heinz Finally Shares Some Good News: No Corporate Ties to SPLC

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We received some good news yesterday from Kraft Heinz. It is not, as had been reported, a corporate supporter of the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). But man did we have to push to get that information out of them ...
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Pepsi’s Connivances, and the Flaws of Virtual Shareholder Meetings, On Display Again Today

Pepsi’s Connivances, and the Flaws of Virtual Shareholder Meetings, On Display Again Today

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PepsiCo.’s virtual shareholder meeting this morning further demonstrated both Pepsi’s bias and duplicity, and the problems that are engendered by virtual shareholder meetings under current U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rules. We "attended" the shareholder meeting this morning, and ...
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Jerry Bowyer Calls for Christian Investors to Vote their Values

Jerry Bowyer Calls for Christian Investors to Vote their Values

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There are strong calls from some Christian corners to disengage with the wider world, so far as is reasonably possible, in order to create a more vibrant and meaningful Christian community – what Rod Dreher has dubbed the Benedict Option ...
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