A year-long NPR investigation reveals that many citizens who lost their homes during Hurricane Sandy insist they were shortchanged on claim payouts — while insurers reaped millions in profits.
This category is about corporate social responsibility (CSR), a form of corporate self-regulation integrated into a business model. The goal of CSR is to embrace responsibility for the company’s actions and encourage a positive impact through its activities on the environment, consumers, employees, communities, stakeholders and all other members of the public sphere.
Should the 2016 Olympic games in Rio be postponed, or even moved? In an open letter to the World Health Organization, 186 doctors from all continents, including three from Brazil, say yes.
Maker’s Row is a startup company aiming to produce more goods domestically. By matching U.S. factories with business proposals, the platform hopes to turn business ideas into domestic realities.
ExxonMobil and Chevron shot down every climate-related shareholder resolution put forth at their annual general meetings on Wednesday. But some came closer to success than others.
On Wednesday, the Food Policy Action Education Fund and its co-founder, celebrity chef Tom Colicchio, walked the halls of Congress to spur action on food waste.
SPECIAL SERIES: Fostering Diversity and Purpose at Work
PwC Chairman Bob Moritz recently said the most significant way to memorialize the men and women who have made the ultimate of sacrifices is to honor veterans not only on one or two special days, but every day. Chris Crace, PwC’s veterans advocacy leader, explains what that means.
As oil prices plunge and fossil fuel giants shed workers, places like North Dakota are left with a case of economic whiplash that will take a long time to recover from.
The benefits of a corporate donation program far outweigh the costs. Andy Cummings of Versaic, which supports hundreds of corporate donation programs with its CSR management solution, shares how to make your program work.
In the apparel industry, a brand’s own buying practices can often impede its suppliers’ ability to comply with codes of conduct, research finds. Better Buying, an online dialogue and rating platform now under development, seeks to solve this problem.
Last week, P&G released a new Tide product that the company says has the “trusted cleaning power” of its venerable detergent, only that this “Tide purclean” has a 65 percent bio-based formula.