Foxtons furore | Does shareholder revolt mean execs should care more about public opinion?

Does shareholder revolt mean execs should care more about public opinion?

Maybe due to the increased empathy surrounding the blending of work and home life within the coronavirus pandemic, or maybe simply due to a shift in the public consciousness around industrial ethics, businesses have come to realise that every move they make, every decision and every comment from a leader, is under the watchful eye of the public who is just waiting for them to slip up.

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