corporate accountability


The act of being accountable to the stakeholders of an organization, which may include shareholders, employees, suppliers, customers, the local community, and even the particular country(s) that the firm operates in. In most jurisdictions, a body of corporate law has been developed in order to formalize these requirements.

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