In this edition:
  1. At Close of Proxy Season Wall Street Journal Trumpets CPA’s Success
  2. Founder's Column: Welcome Guidance for Companies in Navigating Political Spending Risks
  3. Lindblom and Pearl Join CPA Board of Directors
  4. ‘Dark Money’ Soars; FEC Chair Ravel Cites Disclosure Models
In this edition:
  1. Founder's Column: CPA Receives Big Backhanded Compliment in New Book
  2. RAND Center Publishes Report on CPA Co-Sponsored Compliance Roundtable
  3. Philly Inquirer Spotlights CPA-Zicklin Index, Wharton Collaboration
  4. 2016 Proxy Season Results Coming Next Month
  5. Dark Money and Disclosure in the News
  6. CPA Briefs
  7. Corporate Political Spending News
In this edition:
  1. CPA Resolution Gets Majority Votes at 2 Companies, Underscores Strong Support for Transparency
  2. Washington Post Editorial, CQ Researcher Feature CPA Successes
  3. Corporate Political Spending in Judicial Races Presents Serious Challenges
  4. Inside CPA
  5. Campaign Finance Briefs
  6. Disclosure in the News
In this edition:
  1. Founder’s Column: When Corporate Political Cash Reaps Unintended Consequences
  2. US News Op-ed: Corporations Are Biggest Source of Political Money
  3. Center Begins Work on 2016 CPA-Zicklin Index, Writes to S&P 500 Companies
  4. CPA in the News: Wall Street Journal Highlights Proxy Season Push for Disclosure; Australian Version of Index
  5. Conference Board Spotlights Director Oversight Article
March 2016 Newsletter
In this edition:
  1. 2016 Proxy Season: Another Strong Start for CPA Effort
  2. Founder’s Column: With Spending Turning to Congressional Races, Disclosure of Trade Association and c4 Donors Even More Important
  3. CPA in the News: Wall Street Journal Features CPA Compliance Initiative
  4. News About the CPA-Zicklin Index Going Global; ‘Dark Money’
  5. CPA Outreach: Return Engagement at Stern School; Media Call with Watchdog Groups
February 2016 Newsletter
In this edition:
  1. CPA Opens Groundbreaking New Front on Political Disclosure Compliance 
  2. Founder's Column: It's time for Companies to "Walk the Walk" 
  3. Big Law Firms Rely on CPA-Zicklin Index 
  4. Campaign Finance, Corporate Money: A Heated Election Season Issue 
  5. Disclosure (or, NonDisclosure) in the News
In this edition:
  1. U.S. Chamber’s Opposition to Disclosure and Attacks on CPA Exposed 
  2. CPA Participates in Brookings Campaign Finance Summit 
  3. USA Today, Albany Law Journal Highlight CPA Success at Advocacy, Innovative Leadership 
  4. Key Local Papers Using CPA-Zicklin Index to Cover Corporate Money in Politics 
  5. News Briefs: USA Today Editorial; WI Dark Money; Petitions to Vanguard, New York Times Analysis
December 2015 Newsletter
In this edition:
  1. Founder's Column: CPA Disclosure Effort Even More Important with Hill Rider
  2. Conference Board Report Strongly Endorses Disclosure and Accountability
  3. CPA Director Oversight Article Gets Wide Attention
  4. More Law Firms Tout Corporate Political Disclosure
  5. Report: Mutual Fund Support Steady for CPA Resolution
  6. Disclosure in the News: Surveys Show Public Favoring Political Spending Sunlight
In this edition:
  1. CPA Featured in Harvard Business Review
  2. Huff Post Carries CPA Director Kolb's Op-Ed
  3. Founders Column: We Couldn't Say it Better: 'Let the Sun Shine, Conservatives'
  4. Disclosure in the News
  5. News Briefs
In this edition:
  1. Founder's Column: Using Index Scores for Window Dressing: It's a Cynical and Harmful Approach
  2. On Eve of Election Year, 2015 CPA-Zicklin Index Captures Media Attention
  3. US Chamber, BRT, NAM Again Blast CPA and Index
  4. BREAKING NEWS: NY State Comptroller Sues Oracle to Force Political Disclosure
  5. Disclosure In the News, and Online
  6. Kolb Assumes Treasurer Role
In this edition:
  1. Founder's Column: Experts Give Votes of Confidence For Corporate Political Disclosure Effort
  2. SEC Rulemaking Petition Now Part of 2016 Campaign
  3. New CPA Website, One-Stop Database Launched; Largest-Ever CPA-Zicklin Index Coming Soon
  4. Huge Majority Wants Citizens United Overturned
In this edition:
  1. Record Support in 2015 Proxy Season for CPA Political Disclosure Resolution
  2. Dark Money Nonprofit Groups Loom Larger in 2016 Election
  3. Founder's Column: Risks, Good Governance Require Companies to Know What Their Trade Associations are Doing
  4. Dark Money and Disclosure News
In this edition:
  1. New York Times Spotlights CPA Success in Advancing Corporate Political Disclosure
  2. Political Disclosure Protects Companies from Growing Pressure
  3. SF Chronicle: Tech Companies Get Coverage Over Lack of Political Transparency
  4. St. Louis Post-Dispatch Column: 'Slow-Motion Shareholder Revolt' Will Bring Spending Out of Shadows
  5. News Briefs

In this edition:
  1. Foundations, Former SEC Chairs Endorse Political Disclosure Rule... NPR Highlights Foundation Laid by CPA
  2. CPA Op-Ed in Roll Call: 'Time to Put the Political Spending Horse Before the Lobbying Cart'
  3. Super PAC Proliferation Raises Political Spending Ante, Risks for Companies
  4. Corporate Secretary on Directors' Handling of Reputational Risk 
  5. Supreme Court Upholds Solicitation Ban for Judicial Candidates 

In this edition:
  1. 2015 CPA-Zicklin Index Expands to Entire S&P 500, Companies Receive Index Timetable
  2. Dark Money Flood in State Judicial Races Adds to Company Risks
  3. Huff Post Details Chamber Anti- Disclosure Fight, Targeting of CPA 

In this edition:
  1. U.S. Steel Agreement Highlights Political Disclosure Surge in New Proxy Season
  2. CPA, Wharton's Zicklin Center Unveil First Online Library on Corporate Political Engagement
  3. Warning to Companies: Regain Control of Your Political Spending 

In this edition:
  1. 3 Business Leaders Speak About Transparency's Importance at CPA Co-Sponsored  Roundtable
  2. Update: Political Disclosure Nears 140 Companies
  3. A Scholar of Money and Politics Is New CPA Associate Director
  4. ICYMI: Fiscal Times Invites, Publishes CPA Analysis on Dark Money
  5. N.Y. Times Publishes Letter About Transparency By CPA
  6. Zephyr Teachout Addresses Corruption in America
  7. 'Executive Statesmanship' Class Unveiled at NYU's Stern Business School

In this edition:
  1. Washington Post Op-Ed: U.S. Companies Shine Sunlight on 'Dark Money'
  2. Second Roundtable Unveils New Business School Course on Corporate Political Engagement
  3. Roll Call Highlights CPA Successes
  4. As 2015 Proxy Season Opens, Political Disclosure Tops 130 Companies
  5. USA Today Column: Attacks Show U.S. Chamber, Allies Losing Secret Political Spending Fights
  6. Leading Law Firm Urges Companies to Treat CPA-Zicklin Index Seriously

In this edition:
  1. Sharp U.S. Chamber of Commerce Attack on CPA, Corporate Political Disclosure Closes out 2014.
  2. Proxy Season Update
  3. A 'Major Chilling Effect' on U.S. Shareholders

In this edition:
  1. At Least $57 Million in Company Trade Association Payments Disclosed, Companies Adopting C4 Policies
  2. On AlJazeera America, Support for Political Disclosure in Tech Industry\
  3. Study Finds Mutual Funds' Support for Corporate Political Disclosure Greater Than Previously Reported.

In this edition:
  1. CPA Gets Brickbats, Bouquets in Continuing Media, Online Coverage
  2. Attacks Underscore Emptiness of Disclosure Opposition
  3. Heightened Media Scrutiny of "Dark Money" Surge

September 2014 Newsletter
In this edition:
  1. New York Times, Washington Post, Reuters Highlight 2014 Index
  2. Will Dark Money Spending Break All Records in 2014?
  3. New Financial Analysts' Survey Strongly Favors Political Disclosure.

July-August 2014 Newsletter
In this edition:
  1. Graduate Students Meet with CPA About How its "Outside Strategy" Is Achieving Change
  2. Corporations Hold Key to Political Disclosure CPA says in US News Op-Ed
  3. Companies Increasingly Find Disclosure "Positive Experience," Rebuilds Trust
  4. In Memoriam: Werner W. Brandt
  5. 2014 CPA-Zicklin Index Due out in September

June 2014 Newsletter
In this edition:
  1. Wisconsin "Dark Money" Scandal Holds Warnings, Lessons for Companies
  2. Further Attacks on CPA
  3. Corporate Secretaries Meeting: Political Disclosure is a Front Burner Issue
  4. CPA in the Financial Times
  5. Proxy Season Update

May 2014 Newsletter
In this edition:
  1. Shareholder Support for Political Disclosure Sustained Contrary to View in WSJ Editorial
  2. New Republic: Mary Jo White Has Whiffed on Regulating U.S. Corporations
  3. Throwing Gasoline on the Fire of Political 'Dark Money' Spending
  4. Will More Corporate Money Flow into Judicial Races in 2014?
  5. CPA Speaks
  6. Research for 2014 CPA-Zicklin Index Underway

April 2014 Newsletter
In this edition:
  1. Communications Giant Comcast to Disclose Political Spending
  2. CPA-Zicklin Index to Expand in 2014
  3. Federal Election Commission Profoundly Divided Over Disclosure
  4. Why the Critics are Wrong

In this edition:
  1. Hess, 2 Other Companies Adopt Political Disclosure
  2. Thank You Manhattan Institute for Promoting Corporate Political Transparency
  3. SEC Commissioner Calls for Restricting Proxy Resolutions
  4. CPA Calendar
  5. CPA in the News
  6. Corporate Political Accountability Course Planned for Spring 2015

1.       FOUNDER’S COLUMN: When Corporate Political Cash Reaps Unintended Consequences

2.       US News Op-ed: Corporations Are Biggest Source of Political Money

3.       Center Begins Work on 2016 CPA-Zicklin Index, Writes to S&P 500 Companies

4.       CPA IN THE NEWS: Wall Street Journal Highlights Proxy Season Push for Disclosure; Australian Version of Index

Conference Board Spotlights Director Oversight Article

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