December 10, 2019 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Shrimp fishing hurting sea organisms

Fishermen who survive on US$7 a day by catching shrimp to make Bangladesh's locally known "shrimp fry" dishes risk destroying other sea organisms,...

Apple and the legitimate role of secrecy

Mac doesn't, for instance, disclose the identity and location of its suppliers. It doesn't produce an integrated sustainability report

2nd Summit on the Future of the Corporation: Restoring THE PRIMACY OF THE REAL ECONOMY

The purpose of the corporation is to harness private interests to serve the public interest

Will Radical Transparency Save the Earth?

Goldman writes in Ecological Intelligence, "Psychologists conventionally view intelligence as residing within an individual

Why Your Gut Is More Ethical Than Your Brain

When people were given a choice to interact with a rational decision-making partner or a gut-trusting one, 75% chose the rational partner

Luxury-Goods Makers Brandish Green Credentials

luxury goods are forcing an industry that reveres names like Chanel and Versace to embrace a different icon: Mother Nature

How the companies line up

The guide ranks the 17 top manufacturers according to their policies on toxic chemicals, recycling and climate change

Madoff gets 150 years for Ponzi scheme

NBC's Peter Alexander reports that Bernard Madoff has been sentenced to 150 years for fraud, and Richard Friedman, one of Madoff's victims, responds...

Steve Jobs Was "Sickest Patient" on Liver Donor List

An article at MSNBC, among other grumblings, alleged that Jobs received special treatment because of his wealth.

Thunderbird World View Green Business: Success Through Sustainability

Thunderbird World View Green Business: Success Through Sustainability



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