February 18, 2020

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New Ownership Models Needed: Margot Fraser

When Margot Fraser reflects on business trends and what she’d like to see more of in socially-responsible business, the question of ownership immediately...

Captains of Hypocrisy? Corporations Play Both Sides On The Climate

Francesca Rheannon reports on disconnects between corporate PR on the climate and deeds. On Talkback.

Governance Research Digest – May 2012

The best and latest CSR-related research published every month, brought to you by CSR International.

It Pays To Be Ethical: A Conversation With Corpedia Founder Alex Brigham

In a big step forward for GRC, the original compliance company is acquired by NYSE Euronext. Now Corpedia founder Alex Brigham discusses the...

Vision is not enough, we need a route map to build sustainable economies

A new report from the WBCSD sets out the steps needed to accelerate the pace of change in addressing social, ecological and economic...

Insight: The Challenges of Achieving Greater Transparency

At Nestlé we believe that actions speak louder than words. We have to deliver what we promise.

Too Much Faith in Corporate Governance Reform?

Good corporate governance cannot ensure that a company has the right strategy to succeed -- and too much focus on compliance issues isn't...

The Perfect Storm: CSR vs. IR

What do CEOs think of corporate social responsibility and business ethics? CECP reports.

The Benefit Corporation: Changing the Fabric of Society

Elisa Miller-Out is on a mission. As co-CEO of Singlebrook Technology, Inc., she wants to make the “benefit corporation” the future of business...

Transforming Corporations from Psychopaths to Good Citizens

The 2003 documentary, The Corporation, characterizes the modern corporation as suffering from psychopathic personality disorder.




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