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Madoff Ponzi Scheme Judgments Slam ‘Gatekeepers’ Ernst &Young

The auditing firm Ernst & Young is the latest to feel the heat from the Madoff scandal. Last week the firm lost its…
2013 six growing trends in corporate sustainability

6 Latest Trends in Corporate Sustainability

Earlier this month Ernst & Young and GreenBiz Group released a new study, entitled ‘2013 six growing trends in corporate sustainability.’ Based primarily…

Proxy Season 2012: More Requests, More Engagement, More Results

The 2012 proxy season was busy as always - Ceres reported that investors successfully used shareholder resolutions to spur action on corporate sustainability…

Where Sustainability Reporting is Headed: An E&Y and GreenBiz Survey

While at the GreenBiz12 Forum in New York earlier this week, I got a sneak preview of the findings of the new Ernst &…

Ernst & Young to Certify GHG Emissions Reporting

Ernst & Young, one of the Big Four accounting firms, has received approval from ANSI to certify greenhouse gas emissions reporting.

Sustainability, the CFO’s Job: Three Key Issues

Ernst & Young released a report earlier this week that explains how sustainability can and will change the role of the Chief Financial…

Ernst & Young Puts Up Cash to Help Community Activists

What if you had $10,000 dollars to implement an idea of your choice that made a difference to communities? This is exactly the…

Questions Every CEO Should be Asking About CSR Reporting

Sustainability Reporting:  Seven questions CEOs and boards should ask was released yesterday by Ernst & Young, as part of the Webinar they held…

Ernst & Young: Triple Bottom Line Reporting and What CEOs Should Ask About It

Ernst & Young’s upcoming Webcast on Triple Bottom Line Reporting: Creating business value while mitigation risk reflects the growing trend of traditional financial…

Seventy Percent of Corporations Plan to Spend More on Climate Change, According to Survey

Even as climate policy stalls in the US and elsewhere, 70 percent of corporate executives globally plan to increase spending on climate change…