July 04, 2020

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Sleepless on 5th Avenue - iPhone 6 Buyers Appear to Be Trafficked Low-Wage Workers from New York's Chinatown

More than 90% of the people in line for the iPhone 6 resembled trafficked Chinese workers.

Richard Branson on Why Compassion Is a Competitive Advantage

Business used to be a cutthroat world where the only thing that mattered was profit -- but that's changing quickly. Entrepreneur.

Chevron CEO Quietly Moves Annual Shareholder Meeting to Remote Town In Texas

Does CEO John Watson seem nervous about the $9.5 billion judgment against his company for dumping toxic waste? ChevronPit.

FCC 'Net Neutrality' Turnaround: Special Privileges for Disney, Google, Netflix?

Under the guise of 'streaming videos', companies like Disney, Google or Netflix will soon have special, faster Internet lanes. NYT.

8 Steps to Redefine Capitalism-as-Usual

Evolving from our current economic system is challenging for cos. with insatiable IPOs. Here are ways it can be, and is being, done.

From Hedgehogs to Whole Systems: An Evolution in Business Principles

The hedgehog and the fox: depth vs. breadth. SB takes this into boardrooms and C-suites.

Former Shell Executive Weighs In on Ethical Leadership

Sir Mark Moody-Stuart began his career at Shell in 1966 and has now penned a new book, "Responsible Leadership." GreenBiz.

In This Age of Big Data, What Does Ethical Advertising Look Like?

Part of the reason I eat less junk food these days is because I don't really know what it is anymore. I have...

Investment Analyst Downgrades Apple, Amazon and Philip Morris on Ethical Grounds

Leading US investment analyst, Ronnie Moas, made a stand and the industry has largely welcomed it. Blue&GreenTomorrow.

Interview with Christine Bader: Corporate Idealists at Work in Multinationals

Bader speaks about the upcoming book and career traversing the worlds of Big Oil, academia and the UN. Kenan Institute for Ethics.



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