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Survey: Business Leaders See Ethics as a Competitive Advantage

ESG is turning out to be an abbreviation full of potential. Not only has nature’s climate emergency thrown environmental, social and governance issues under a global spotlight, but a pandemic and public health crisis has made the need for business to pay attention to its people and social issues impossible to ignore. Any focus on […]

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The Popular, Bad Arguments Against Stakeholder Capitalism

The gentlemen do protest too much, we think—with apologies to William Shakespeare for abusing his fine words in Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Lucian Bebchuk and Roberto Tallarita, both at Harvard, have joined fellow princes in academia (not a princess in sight) and, it seems, the Financial Times in a veritable onslaught on stakeholder capitalism over […]