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Business With Heart: Ricoh Malaysia's Peter Wee

*first published online at http://www.efy.com.my on September 10 2015. 

Despite his lofty position as Ricoh Malaysia’s managing director, Peter Wee comes across as a humble and approachable man. 889 more words

Featured

Why Animal Cruelty Is Bad Business

From how we feed and clothe ourselves to how we entertain ourselves, animals have long been at the center of human enterprise. And thus, ever since the advent of corporations, the relationship between company and creature has been complicated. 836 more words

Commentary

Ireland's new Taoiseach and Minister for Foreign Affairs on corporate responsibility

With Ireland having a new Taoiseach in Leo Varadkar, the former Minister for Social Protection, and a new Minister for Foreign Affairs  Simon Coveney, whose Department has assumed the responsibility for producing Ireland’s national action plan on business and human rights, it is worth considering their views, such as they have expressed them, on corporate responsibility. 659 more words

Are companies successful using social responsibility to engage customers?

by Gemma Ratton

A trend that companies seem to be using a lot recently is considering their corporate social responsibility. CSR is an organisations defined responsibility to its society and stakeholders. 577 more words

Public Relations

Tungtong River Conservation Project #AlbergusCSR

Established in 2007, the Tungtong River Conservation Project of the Holistic Education and Development Center (HEDCen) has been known for its environmental advocacy that aims to bring back forests and home for the wild animals and plants through construction of forests or reforestation. 467 more words

Bringing Change for the Disabled

Dr. Archana Verma

The roundtable actually threw open many questions to be explored in future by the society, which may not have been explored before. In this sense, it played the role of opening up the fault lines in the society regarding accessibility for the disabled, so that these fault lines can further be negotiated. 1,154 more words

Society

Is is worth attending wedding of Niti Aayog and CSR?

India with the huge population base of close to 1.5 billion has faced a number of developmental challenges which require concerted effort from Government, Corporates or Business and Self or Individual. 1,492 more words

Social Entrepreneurship