The B Corp Handbook: How to Use Business as a Force for Good
by Ryan Honeyman
B Corporations are for-profit organizations which serve a variety of stakeholders rather than to enrich shareholders exclusively. 911 more words
Forbes: January 1, 2025, Irving, Texas: Exxon Mobil is proud to announce that its exit from the extraction and production of nonrenewable resources is now complete.
Too many people are blaming the poor and the unemployed and underemployed when not enough are willing to address the issues of the loss of working class jobs.
I wanted to flag this up as an addendum to my last blog. It’s a very positive move in dealing with the potential impact of pharmaceuticals in our environment, and places the responsibility in the right hands (the pharmaceutical industry itself). 46 more words
Some notions seem obvious: the need to be fair, the need to do right. And yet in our societies we are not equal. We fail to do the right thing on many levels, not because we are bad people, but because we exist in complex spaces with multiple viewpoints and multiple measures of success. 3,123 more words
Can capitalism solve the problems of capitalism? Can business be a force for good? Two pioneers of socially responsible business hold a public conversation and offer their experiences and views on these and other topics with The Vermont Conversation host David Goodman.This is an edited version of a… 48 more words