July 29, 2014

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Can Corporate Sustainability & Economic Growth Coexist?


We chatted with SAP, BSR, CDP and 232 communicators.

Generating over 1,300 tweets.

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Engaging over 377,000 Twitter accounts.

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Reversing Perception, Creating Impact:

We Chat with MGM's Executive Team!

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Generating 5.6 million impressions.

Engaging over 270,000 Twitter accounts.

With over 650 tweets.

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#BaBf: What Does it Mean to Brew a Better Future?

We chat LIVE with

Heineken

Generating 6.2 million impressions.

Engaging almost 300,000 Twitter accounts.

With  146 communicators.

And almost 800 tweets.

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When Corporate Citizenship Integrates with Business Strategy: In Conversation with

HP Living ProgressGenerating 7.2 million impressions.

Engaging almost 1.3 million Twitter accounts.

With 193 communicators.

And almost 800 tweets.

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What Does it Mean
to Compete to be
Best FOR the
World?

We chatted LIVE
with:

Badger Balm, Indigenous Designs

Generating 8.1 million impressions.

With 128 communicators.

And almost 900 tweets.

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Citizens DisUnited: Passive Investors, Drone CEOs and the Corporate Capture of the American Dream

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Citizens DisUnited: Passive Investors, Drone CEOs and the Corporate Capture of the American Dream is an indictment of how corporate executives divert shareholder assets to undermine democracy and enrich themselves, putting both capitalism and democracy at risk.

In his ninth book, Monks lays bare the problems of governance and government – problems that are undermining our democracy and creating a system controlled by CEO kings. He calls out the perpetrators by name and gives specific fixes that must be done -- immediately.

Far too much of American business is being run for the personal enrichment and glorification of its manager-kings. This book -- and through this exclusive series penned by the author for CSRwire Talkback -- shows how that happened and unveils, for the first time, a new study showing that corporations “un-owned” by their shareholders—corporate “drones”—are far worse corporate citizens and have significantly lower average shareholder returns than firms in which owners still exercise authority over management.

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