How To Approach AI Adoption Ethically And Responsibly Within Your Organization

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Being proactive may lead to more ethical and successful adoption of AI capabilities. Over the past few years, there has been an explosion of artificial intelligence technology across all channels. According to McKinsey & Company,…

When Criminals Rule the Land

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At the beginning of 2023, the state of Sinaloa endured hours of violence as Mexican authorities hunted down and captured Ovidio Guzmán, the son of the famous drug trafficker Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán.

TikTok’s Links to China Demand a Serious U.S. Response

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The battle over TikTok has become a proxy for worsening U.S.-Chinese relations and the anxieties generated by that clash.

What the Right Gets Wrong in Its War with “Woke Capitalism”

Ron DeSantis, Florida’s Republican governor and likely future presidential contender, has opened up a new front in his party’s war on “woke capitalism.”

Do Surges in Worker Strikes and Union Elections in 2022 Mark a Turning Point for Organized Labor?

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Workers organized and took to the picket line in increased numbers in 2022 to demand better pay and working conditions, leading to optimism among labor leaders and advocates that they’re witnessing a turnaround in labor’s sagging fortunes.

Breaking the Fever: On Corporate Governance, and Power, with Nell Minow

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In this episode of our Breaking the Fever podcast, we speak with Nell Minow about politics, corporations, public opinion, and the trajectory of corporate governance since the 1980s. 

Why Patagonia’s Purpose-Driven Business Model Is Unlikely to Spread

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Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard, his wife, Malinda, and their two adult children no longer own the outdoor gear and apparel company.

What The Economist Gets Wrong About ESG

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The Economist published an eight-part series last month on ESG investing.

Breaking the Fever: It Takes Two to Tango: In the Life of Oligarchs with Elisabeth Schimpfössl

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In this episode of our Breaking the Fever podcast, we speak with Elisabeth Schimpfössl about the targeting of Russian oligarchs with economic sanctions and other restrictive measures.

The Most Egregious Failure in ESG

A major stock index that tracks sustainable investments dropped electric vehicle-maker Tesla from its list in May 2022—but it kept oil giant ExxonMobil.