The FDA has suspended routine inspections at U.S. food-processing facilities during the government shutdown, which advocates and furloughed employees say could put the American food supply at risk.
Author: Mary Mazzoni
In an interview with TriplePundit, SC Johnson CEO Fisk Johnson describes a “crisis of trust” in modern society—and explains how his company is responding.
We saw a great deal of movement in the sustainable transport space in 2018, and next year is expected to be no different. Here are five trends to watch as we move into the New Year.
The economic opportunity gap shrunk slightly this year, but research indicates the proportion of women participating in the global labor force has declined.
The Ballmer Group announced a five-year, $59 million commitment to Austin technology firm Social Solutions in order to improve educational outcomes for students across the country. We take a closer look at the partnership and its aim to harness big data to help students succeed.
As the United States observes Veterans Day with parades, ceremonies and office closures, New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering is looking to support veterans all year round.
Billionaire philanthropists Michael R. Bloomberg and Ray Dalio think that giving people an up-close look at the world’s oceans will engage them in marine conservation.
Total corporate giving increased by more than 15 percent over the past three years to a record $23.8 billion, and employee choice plays an increasingly large role, according to a pair of reports released this week.
At the Social Solutions Impact Summit in Austin this week, experts representing both the donor and nonprofit perspectives discussed how charitable organizations can best position themselves to attract and retain corporate partnerships.
SPECIAL SERIES: From Farm to Fork
Soil health research doesn’t just benefit farmers. It safeguards the entire food sector—and the world’s largest food and beverage companies have a key role to play.
Alaska Airlines was ranked No. 1 for North American aviation on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index —and, with its recent efforts, it’s easy to see why.
The Russell Family Foundation increased the mission-aligned investments in its portfolio from 7 percent to 75 percent in only four years. This morning, the Foundation released a report detailing its impact investment journey, in an attempt to share lessons learned and inspire other philanthropic groups to activate their capital for impact.
SPECIAL SERIES: How Does Data Privacy Affect Corporate Responsibility?
Though the federal government has yet to enact a nationwide mechanism to protect user privacy, new state-level protections carry broad-sweeping implications for U.S. firms.