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Does Corporate Social Responsibility Increase Profits?(6)

May 5, 2015

It is generally held that corporate social responsibility (CSR) could increase company profits and thus most large companies are actively engaged in it. But few executives and managers are aware of the research on this important subject. Analyst Ron Robins takes a look at what’s been written.

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Sustainability Reporting Group Issues First Standards for SEC Filings

A new initiative to develop standards for reporting on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues by publicly-held U.S. companies has launched its first set of standards – for the health care sector – with ambitious plans to develop similar standards for more than 80 industries in 10 sectors over the next two years.

Report: Managing Environmental and Social Risk Helps Create More ‘Valuable’ Enterprise

Companies that invest in the management of environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks are far better prepared to deal with business “shocks” and can demonstrate to investors a “resilience” that potentially translates into higher stock market valuations, according to a new report by the consulting firm Deloitte.

The Politics of Corporate Campaign Disclosure: Keep an Eye on the 2013 Proxy Season

The continuing debate in Washington, D.C. over corporate campaign disclosure will pit the major political parties against a number of groups advocating greater disclosure. But a more far-reaching — and far less predictable — debate will occur between corporate executives and some of their large investors.


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