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The Responsible Business: Reimagining Sustainability and Success

Review by CSRwire Contributing Writer Elaine Cohen By Carol Sanford Published by John Wiley and Sons Ltd. ISBN: 978-0-470-64868-1 Description The Responsible Business...

Starbucks Exec Dishes on New Corporate Social Responsibility Plan

Starbucks first started publishing its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reports 10 years ago. Back then, Starbucks was among just a handful that reported.

The phony GE tax apology: Did it accomplish anything?

Pranksters posing as General Electric put out a fake press release advertising corporate responsibility - and some news outlets bought it.

Green-bashing is back on Capitol Hill

The newly minted Republican US House of Representatives, influenced by the rise of Tea Party activists, has wasted no time in rolling back...

Survey: CEO participation crucial in 'green' workplace initiatives

88% of businesses that have green workplace initiatives underway include the CEO as a central part of strategy development and communications.

Goldman Sachs facing six ESG resolutions at annual general meeting

Investors table questions on pay and climate change, via Responsible Investor.

"Kill them, bury them" - Fannie Mae's lobbying strategy

Before the financial crisis, many Americans had never heard of Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. Today, we own them. Via NPR.

CEOs should have crucial conversations on sustainability

Ensuring that key people and functions across an organisation are working together is vital for embedding sustainability.

How can more women land spots on company boards?

A dearth of women in top executive positions has contributed to the lack of women on corporate boards. But new pathways to the...

U.S. utility future unclear without CO2 rules

The absence of mandatory U.S. limits on carbon dioxide emissions from power plants has left a regulatory vacuum for the utility sector.



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