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Capital markets are penalizing firms that are slow to transition to a low-carbon economy. A credible way to measure carbon risk arrives just in time
law and big data

A new lab uses artificial intelligence to help individuals and businesses resolve their legal disputes

In the 1990s, you could count on a financial payoff from a corporate social responsibility program. Today, not so much. What marketers need to know before jumping on the bandwagon
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How the aviation industry resisted, diluted, and ultimately subverted a concept that threatens its legitimacy

45 minutesFriday October 12, 2018 1:00 PM EDT
What organizations can do to make “economic reconciliation” a reality
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segregated movie theatre
Not even the profit motive could counter the segregation of American theatres
60 MinutesWednesday August 22, 2018 1:00 PM EDT
Coming out at work can seem like a perilous challenge. Here’s how organizations can support the process
Session Leader(s): 
protesting modern slavery
Souped-up supply chains and ghostly governance combine to victimize more than 40 million people
woman worker
They look like mission-focused champions who can balance stakeholder needs and stick to disciplined processes
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How an organization’s strategic orientation shapes its corporate social responsibility
walmart food bank
To reap the benefits of corporate social responsibility, a consistent strategy over at least five years trumps all
shuswap band building
In First Nations, Métis, or Inuit communities, independent auditors learn to “decouple” professional standards from on-the-ground practice
bias facial recognition
Innovation is not immune to unconscious gender, ethnic, or other biases. With the dawn of AI, the need to make new products or processes inclusive is more urgent than ever
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High social capital means a lower cost of loan capital

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