investors are becoming sophisticated enough to tell the difference between greenwashing and value creation…and this Exxon case proves it.
Companies with overall lower environmental impacts outperform their peers.
These are the corporations at the forefront of stakeholder-driven leadership.
The DOL has stated that ESG funds are “vehicles for furthering social goals or policy objectives that are not in the financial interest of the plan.” We completely disagree – here’s why.
Last month, the Department of Labor (DOL) proposed a new investment duties rule that would essentially keep ESG funds out of retirement accounts. Everything I’ve seen throughout my career shows that such a move would hurt investors.
In our latest Chart of the Week, we show that a lower carbon footprint can actually be beneficial for a company’s bottom line.
The second edition of our video series with Laurel Strategies and CNBC – Building a Just Future: The Road to a More Inclusive Economy.
Companies are making big commitments to so-called stakeholders during the year of Covid-19. Will it last?
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
Today, State Street CEO Cyrus Taraporevala announced that they would be using their proxy voting power to ensure companies were identifying material ESG issues.
EPFR, Informa Financial Intelligence, released a staggering chart this week, showing that as wider equity markets have lost investment, ESG funds have only seen their investment levels increase.
Environmental, social and governance funds hit the $1tn asset mark last year.
Along with having to deal with globalism, nationalism, trade wars, AI, big data and cybersecurity, CEOs are increasingly expected to take stands on social issues.
The Leading Measure of Corporate Performance in the Stakeholder Economy
It’s time for a new kind of earnings call. On November 13th join Paul Tudor Jones and Paypal CEO Dan Schulman to learn how their company not only does right by shareholders, but by their workers, customers, communities, and more!
The American public wants businesses to serve all stakeholders, including workers, customers, communities, and the environment. Here are eight things every corporate leader should do now to align more closely with the stakeholder model.
Free market enterprise is capable of producing extraordinary prosperity for all Americans – not just shareholders
Stakeholder capitalism should be given a chance to work. Here’s why.
This new analysis provides evidence that U.S. companies performing best on the priorities of the American public generate significantly greater investment returns and exhibit reduced investment risk than their lower performing counterparts.
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