“An auto company’s top priority right now is simple: survive,” said leading auto analyst Adam Jonas of Morgan Stanley.
Since we’ve been tracking corporate responses to coronavirus, companies have continued to alter their policies over time. Here’s what’s changed.
How will businesses continue to support their workers and customers after restrictions are lifted?
What is the “new normal” we want to create?
Elevating best practices to share what good looks like in this rapidly shifting landscape.
Post-Friedman shareholder-centric capitalism has not been good for U.S. society at large. But has it even been good for shareholders?
Any leader can learn from these executives’ actions.
Check out four key takeaways from our call with the Good Jobs Institute.
We’ve rounded up some of the most powerful statements on stakeholder capitalism from this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos and from the writing that the conference has inspired.
We need less talk, more action – but the clear question is, where do we begin?
HPE CEO Anthony Neri shares powerful insights into the role businesses can play in creating a more just and equitable economy.
Americans agree that communities – local and global – represent one of business’ core stakeholders, and that companies should make concerted efforts to give back. But there are some things corporate leaders need to consider before taking any action.
Some executives may automatically assume that generous paid leave and paid time-off benefits help caregivers the most. And while they are beneficial, there are other things they can do. Here are six ways companies can greatly help working caregivers.
Investing in just businesses is beneficial not only for American society, but for investors themselves.
We’re thrilled to share that next week JUST Capital will be attending the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos! Now is the moment to move from aspiration to action in implementing stakeholder capitalism.
Paul Tudor Jones and Martin Whittaker on NBC’s Better Business
Unpacking Akamai’s performance in the market and across five key business stakeholders we measure: Workers, Customers, Communities, the Environment, and Shareholders.
According to the most recent JUST Capital survey, 82 percent of Americans agreed that when people work together, they can change corporate behavior. But individuals can also make a huge difference, inspiring massive change without working their way to the executive suite. Here’s proof.
Corporate-governance guru Ira Millstein has long promoted the view that companies have broader obligations than turning profits. Lately, some of America’s most influential CEOs have been taking a fresh look at that idea.
A new report released today by the nonprofit organization Ceres calls on corporate boards to systematically and explicitly oversee ESG risks as global climate and water crises worsen.
Offshoring by American companies has destroyed our manufacturing base and our capacity to develop new products and processes. It’s time for a national industrial policy.
Mastercard CEO Ajay Banga says “DQ” is as important as IQ or EQ.
Even with the absence of federal leadership on climate change and key environmental issues, many in corporate America are stepping up to drive change. Here are three encouraging ways companies are taking responsibility for mitigating climate change.
These five companies responded to scandals by taking responsibility and addressing the situation head on, proving that when handled correctly, a company absolutely can bounce back from controversy.
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