Intel: CSR & Sustainability News

Intel Corporation is an American multinational semiconductor chip maker corporation headquartered in Santa Clara, California, United States and the world’s largest semiconductor chip maker, based on revenue.

CSR, Philanthropy, Assurance and Other Insights From NY COMMIT! Forum

Here are three interesting insights I’ve taken away from the NY COMMIT! Forum, including thoughts by Robert F. Kennedy on short vs. long…

Mars Shares the Latest Innovation in CSR Reporting: A Facebook App

Mars is the first company to launch CSR report in a Facebook Reader, enabling Facebook users to easily read and share the highlights…

The Top 10 Bay Area CSR Reporters and Performers

We decided it’s time to check if San Francisco, Palo Alto, Oakland, San Jose and other cities around the Bay, which is the…

Intel Turns Plastic Waste Into Pencil Boxes

Intel recycled plastic waste generated by its Chandler, Arizona factory into plastic pencil boxes.

The Truth Will Out: Integration

Have CSR department become redundant? Not in the traditional sense, but it's time to integrate sustainability, which means putting sustainable principles into every…

5 Sustainability Reporting Issues on CSR Executives’ Minds

One of the main issues that came up at the Responsible Business Summit was sustainability reporting. Even with all the progress we have…

Is Avon’s New CSR Blog Ready to Come Calling?

Avon has just started a new CR blog, Avon’s Calling, as the latest effort in its goal to be transparent and to offer…

Jeffrey Hollender Chats with CSR Execs from Intel, Coca Cola and Verizon

Last week at the Social Innovation Summit Jeffrey Hollender hosted a panel entitled 'green vs. green' with Jeff Seabright, Chief Environmental Officer of…

The Good and Bad News In Intel’s CSR Report

There is much to like about Intel's 2011 CSR report, including its progress in meetings its emissions reduction goals.

Green Data Centers: Is It Worth Running a “Losing” Race?

Explosive growth in mobile computing and cloud services has industry players, public and private sector organizations focused on greening the data center. But…

The New Fundamentals of Investing: Building a Better World Drives Potential for Higher Profits

Now, there is a new investment approach—one that seeks bigger profits that capitalists pursue while building a better world that do-gooders desire. The…

Employee Engagement: Five Companies That Get It

Employee engagement is one of the most effective tools for achieving long-term success and shared value. Intel, Hyatt, Walmart, Google and Clif Bar…

Walmart’s Renewable Energy Power Surge

The EPA's latest ranking of the top renewable energy buyers has Walmart moving to number three on the list from number 15 three…

Is Novo Nordisk Really the Most Sustainable Company in the World?

Last week Novo Nordisk, the Danish pharmaceutical firm was ranked number one on the Global 100, a leading sustainability ranking. How do you…

Conflicted Rare Earth Minerals Prices to Decline

Global demand for rare earth minerals will increase over seven percent a year, but now various reports suggest that prices for these materials…