September 21, 2019

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Delaware Set To Consider Major New Choice In Corporate Structure

Benefit corporations aim for legal status in business-friendly Delaware. Francesca Rheannon reports on Talkback.

SVN Interviews Errol Schweizer of Whole Foods Market

How much of being a pioneer is dependent on courage? Schweizer of Whole Foods answers in this Courageous Conversations dialogue.

CSOs and the city: No longer an anomaly

There are all types of chief sustainability officers out there. Ellen Weinreb uncovers the 'City CSO'.

Elizabeth Warren Talks $22-An-Hour Minimum Wage

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.): Minimum wage would be $22 an hour if it had kept up with productivity.

What Do B Corporations And Benefit Corporations Actually Do?

Here's the skinny on the problems B and Benefit Corporations address and the solutions they provide. By Dirk Sampselle, on Talkback.

Leadership Values Considered Too Female Suddenly Vital

Jean Oelwang, CEO of Virgin Unite, the entrepreneurial foundation of the worldwide Virgin Group, notes three trends that will help shape sustainable business.

Most CEOs don't understand sustainability

In a report by Accenture polling 766 CEOs around the world, ~92% said, "sustainability is now important to our company." John Elkington says...

Whole Foods CEO John Mackey Thinks Climate Change is Not Necessarily Bad

Many times his controversial opinions on issues like unions and Obamacare get him into trouble. The latest example is regarding climate change. Read...

Evaluating CEO Performance: Not Everything That Counts Can Be Counted

Forbes lists three social priorities that are difficult to measure but are the foundation for a new way of assessing the long-term performance...

External Affairs: A Battle Brews Between Chevron and Shareholders

Chevron vs. shareholder activists: Is the company’s legal strategy working? Francesca Rheannon reports on Talkback.




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