The US is experiencing a historic surge in labor activism, with union representation petitions filed with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) up 53% in FY2022, and unfair labor practice charges increasing by nearly 20% since last year.
By Chrissy Randall
02 December 2022
From baby diapers to electric vehicles, Nippon Shokubai’s portfolio touches all manner of sustainable products. CEO Yujiro Goto talks to Brunswick’s Daisuke Tsuchiya and Ayumi Ban about the secret behind the chemical company’s proprietary technology and partnership.
By Daisuke Tsuchiya
21 June 2022
Shellye Archambeau sits on four boards including Verizon’s and Nordstrom’s, and was one of Silicon Valley’s first African American female CEOs. She spoke with the Review about her new book, the Business Roundtable’s effects inside the boardroom, and why she “detests” work-life balance.
By Edward Stephens
20 October 2020
A 2015 accident at one of its theme parks made Merlin Entertainments the subject of sensationalist media stories. Brunswick’s Fiona Micallef-Eynaud and Austin Rathe talk with the company’s leadership about their campaign to combat fiction with facts.
By Fiona Micallef-Eynaud (née Mulcahy)
04 June 2019