February 18, 2020

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SSIR Article Attacks B Corps, Points the Finger at Ben & Jerry's

Ben & Jerry's was sold to Unilever 11 years ago. So why is there still so much emotion attached to the deal? Joe...

Some Real “Truth” About Ben & Jerry’s: A Lawyer's Perspective

Could Ben & Jerry have done anything to resist unwanted suitors in 2001? James Steiker, founder of a Philadelphia-based law firm, recounts the...

Social Business and the New Manifest Destiny

Could the expansion of social business be the new Manifest Destiny? I’ve considered this question a fair bit recently.

Top 1,000 Companies Wield Power Reserved for Nations

Globalization has concentrated economic power within a group of large companies who are now able to change the world at a scale historically...

The Power of Transparency: Apples Achilles’ Heel?

If you don’t give people the chance to speak, you will not benefit from their ideas. Per Grankvist examines Apple's human interaction quotient...

A New Global Architecture for Sustainability Governance: The Ultimate Makeover

Does the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) need a makeover? Maria Ivanova lays out the plan on Talkback.

Re-Inventing Capitalism: SVN Members Participate in TEDx

Social Venture Network’s (SVN) executive director Deb Nelson and a host of SVN members will be sharing their insight in an upcoming TEDx...

Becoming a B: What Is The Difference Between a B Corporation and a Benefit Corporation?

B Corporation or Benefit Corporation? Dirk Sampselle spells out the difference on Talkback.

Why Transparency is a Dirty Word in the Gulf Cooperation Council

For companies of the Gulf Cooperation Council, transparency is a dirty word avoided at all costs. But to change corporate practices, we must...

Guardian: Has Barclays Brought Corporate Responsibility Reporting into Disrepute?

The fact that social auditors failed to expose the bank's rotten culture shows the limitations of independent assurance.



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