March 31, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Evergreen Direct Investing: ESG 2.0?

Imagine if stewardship-minded investors replaced shortsighted speculators. John Fullerton, founder of Capital Institute, postulates on Talkback.

Morgan Stanley's Sustainable Investing Institute: Are Banks Getting Serious?

Morgan Stanley launches Sustainable Investing Institute. Is this a sign that Wall Street is ready to take on a leadership role? Guardian.

Flouride or Fox in the Henhouse

G. Benjamin Bingham discusses the use of the harmful chemical flouride, as well as the use of the Natural Step Framework in decision-making.

Banks Seen at Risk Five Years After Lehman Collapse

Five years after Lehman sank, triggering the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, not enough has been done. Bloomberg.

Call for Proposals: Purpose, Use, Potential Misuse of Stock Prices in Public Equity Market

Deadline for Proposals: November 15, 2013 Author Presentation of Findings: September 19, 2014 The Investor Responsibility Research Center Institute & The Millstein Center...

For the First Time Ever, Combined GDP of Poor Countries Exceeds that of Rich Ones

According to the International Monetary Fund, data shows the PPP-adjusted GDP of poorer nations surpassed richer ones in 2009. HuffPost.

One Whole or Many Holes: Can Money Be Part of a Holistic System?

Ben Bingham, Founder of 3Sisters Sustainable Management, writes about doing well by doing good and using money holistically.

SASB's Conceptual Framework: Request for Comment

SASB has developed a conceptual framework to guide its process of standards setting. Now they're requesting your feedback.

Milk Millions in Special Tax Breaks: How To Make A Million Dollars An Hour, Step 10

Wall Street managers far outstrip public company CEOs in executive compensation - thanks to tax loopholes just for their benefit. Les Leopold examines...

How To Make A Million Dollars An Hour, Step 9: Bet on the Race After You Know Who Wins

Fortune telling for high-flying profits: Les Leopold explains how high frequency traders can see the future and rig the market.



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