Five years ago I stood on the balcony of the New York Stock Exchange alongside JUST’s chair and co-founder Paul Tudor Jones to ring the opening bell to celebrate the launch of the JUST ETF. It was a defining moment for our organization that put us firmly on the map as a force for change.
By leveraging the vast resources of the private sector, transformational philanthropy can address the root causes of our most pressing social challenges.
Larry Fink’s annual letter and this year’s Edelman Trust Barometer echo everything we know at JUST Capital to be true about stakeholder capitalism.
The American public’s trust in corporate America appears to be waning – but they are agreed on the issues that matter. As markets hit record highs, companies have a golden opportunity to step up.
We’re leveraging the private sector to drive large-scale change on America’s most pressing challenges. This ‘force multiplier effect’ can generate huge philanthropic returns – here’s how.
The small hedge fund secured at least two seats on ExxonMobil’s board last week, saying the oil and gas giant needed change at the top to evolve through the energy transition.
Companies that come out of our current crisis in the best shape will be those that have the strongest relationships with the people who make them flourish
2020 promises to be a defining year whichever way you look at it.
Stakeholder capitalism should be given a chance to work. Here’s why.
We applaud Walmart for taking a stand on gun control – here’s why.
The purpose of a corporation is to benefit all stakeholders – customers, employees, suppliers, communities, and shareholders.
We release our new list of the 100 companies doing the most to support healthy communities, with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Our Rankings can help people make more informed decisions about where to invest, work, and buy, to direct capital toward companies advancing a more just future, and an economy that works for all Americans.
JUST Capital adapts our ranking model to inform and give guidance to companies seeking to improve their ranking, and in so doing foster more just behavior in the locations they choose to do business.
Investing for return and social impact is a theme no investment professional should ignore.
With so few Black Americans in top executive positions today, corporate programs supporting Black employees are essential to helping create more diverse leadership – and potentially greater profits – tomorrow.
Six of the nation’s largest drug distributors and retailers are implicated in the opioid crisis, and we implore them to work together to shape industry-wide actions to help stop this growing crisis in the U.S.
JUST Capital and Forbes release the 2017 list of America’s Most JUST Companies, our annual ranking of the largest publicly-traded U.S. corporations.
We can all agree on pay equity and it cannot be ignored.
Business Leaders must rebuild trust and reimagine their role in our country.
What could the new corporate tax regime actually look like for the US Treasury?
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