December 15, 2019

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McDonald’s Joins Rush to the Exits over ALEC Controversy

Global food giant McDonald’s is not happy with the controversy that recently exploded over the lobbying group ALEC.

Monsanto's GMO Seeds Contributing to Farmer Suicides Every 30 Minutes

In what has been called the single largest wave of recorded suicides in human history, Indian farmers are now killing themselves in record...

The Corporate Manslaughter & Corporate Homicide Act 2007

Does the U.K. law let companies get away with murder? Kirsty Matthewson explores the issue on Talkback.

How Businesses Can Co-Create a Greener Economy - Advice from Alisa Gravitz of Green America

Green America believes the economy will be 20% green by 2020. But given that it's less than 5% green now, there are still...

Teaching Kids to Consume

No doubt, marketers are hard at work targeting our children with their messages and creating young demand for their products.

Are Walmart's Chinese Factories as Bad as Apple's?

Our fiction-free investigation finds that in many cases, the company's auditors are asleep on the job.

Building Businesses That Stand For Something

It is no longer acceptable (or smart) to create a business just to make money.

The Age of Uprisings, Brand Movements, And Ad Backlashes

It’s a new era where consumers will punish a company for taking a wrong stand, but also for taking no stands at all.

Boardroom Guru Lifts Lid On "Black Box" Huddles

Lucy Marcus, a ''Reuters & Klout 50 Most Influential Execs on the Web'' member, navigates the thee and thou language of the boardroom.

Upper Class Tends to be Unethical…It’s a Learned Behavior

Rich people are less ethical than others. The corollary is that poor folk are more honest and ethical.




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