Can JUSTness be used to identify performance leaders within negative earning companies? According to our recent analysis, among the negative earners in the Russell 1000, JUST leaders have outperformed laggards by almost 40% since January 2020.
At the Nest Climate Campus this Climate Week, executives at Workday, Ecolab, and Trane Technologies shared what they’ve learned from tackling environmental issues and how they’ve made progress.
Amidst all the confusion, misinformation, and political wrangling over corporate ESG, stakeholder capitalism, and social responsibility, it is easy to lose sight of two basic questions. What are companies actually doing, and why?
We took a look at trends in Russell 1000 companies announcing wage raises, increases in paid parental leave, and other just business behaviors through Q2 of 2023.
The ESG shakeout currently working its way through corporate America is taking some interesting twists and turns.
Akamai Technologies Chairman Dan Hesse shares with JUST why culture is the most important element of corporate success.
The world just had the hottest week on record, according to preliminary data published by the World Meteorological Organization. It follows the hottest June on record and, according to some scientists, possibly the hottest day on Earth – July 4th – in over 125,000 years.
This week we marked the five-year anniversary of the JUST ETF. Launched in partnership with Goldman Sachs Asset Management, the fund has delivered exactly what we expected: solid financial return and measurable positive change on just business behavior.
The two leaders discussed the controversy surrounding ESG and how companies can create competitive value for shareholders in a stakeholder model.
A “printing press moment” is how Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, framed the advent of artificial intelligence (AI) in his Senate testimony on Tuesday.
JUST polling shows that 72% of Americans say CEOs have a responsibility to protect the country’s democracy. But what exactly does that mean? Leadership experts Daniella Ballou-Aares and Rhett Buttle shared how executives can promote democratic values without getting caught in the political fray.
Deloitte’s U.S. Sustainability and ESG Services Lead speaks to how the political and regulatory environment can be a catalyst for companies to focus on rigor and discipline in data.
From a markets perspective, ESG is about understanding and capturing emerging risks and opportunities. It’s not a dogma, or a monolith. And it isn’t – or shouldn’t be – about politics
ESG has become politicized, but the truth is it was never about politics. It’s about smarter investing and better business. Government and industry need to work together to get it right rather than use it to advance narrow political agendas.
USA Financial has developed four strategies with AUM that more than doubled from Dec. 2021-22, and one generated an alpha of 65.45% since inception.
Our latest survey research – in collaboration with Omidyar Network and The Ford Foundation – asks Americans if and how companies should align with the core principles of stakeholder capitalism.
Edelman’s Alex Heath says now is the moment for corporate leaders to build trust with their stakeholders through focused, transparent messaging.
Q4 ended a rough year for the stock market, but we found that high scores across all five stakeholders we track resulted in market outperformance.
Our top articles this year included how America’s largest companies addressed racial equity, climate change, and the war in Ukraine.
Looking ahead to 2023, we would do well to not just engage those who we think we disagree with, but understand where they’re coming from and find common ground.
JUST Capital co-founder and chair Paul Tudor Jones led a panel about ESG and stakeholder capitalism with former Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky, Grameen CEO Andrea Jung, and Interactive Brokers former founding CEO and current chair Thomas Peterffy.
JUST Capital’s Head of Investor Strategies, Cambria Allen-Ratzlaff, appeared before a U.S. House Committee on Financial Services subcommittee to explain how our work is guided by the public and aligns with investors’ interests.
Years ago when we were launching JUST, I remember the CEO of a large bank told me in no uncertain terms that there was “no chance” companies would ever be transparent about wages. Has that changed?
As painful as they can be, layoffs don’t have to be unjust. Here’s how:
In JUST Capital’s Quarterly Review of Stakeholder Performance – Q3 2022, we found that companies with strong Workers scores outperformed peers in a challenging environment.
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