August 10, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Visa published its 2016 Corporate Responsibility Report titled “Everyone, Everywhere,” which demonstrates how one of the largest payment networks in the world is operating as a responsible, ethical and sustainable company while fulfilling its mission: to connect the world through its innovative, reliable and secure digital payment network and help enable individuals, businesses and economies to thrive.
Organized in five theme areas, the report includes the following highlights:
All CCOs are not created equally. But they’re getting closer.
After decades working alongside chief communications officers, I figured other corporate professional masquerading under the CCO acronym had little in common with the wordsmiths who manage corporate messaging.
That myth was exploded when I attended a gathering of the other CCO-- chief compliance officers – and realized their concerns about corporate reputation were completely aligned with the ink-stained wretches who manage comms.
The global payments business partners with Junior Achievement Europe to create innovative e-commerce and personal finance programmes. Tom Idle reports…
The digitisation of our global economy has very quickly transformed how we think about and use money. Paying for goods and services online, spending our salaries in stores with the swipe of a card and transferring cash in virtual environments has made lives easier and the handling of ‘real’ cash a thing of the past.
While there are Chase, TD Bank and Citi branches on virtually every corner in Manhattan, attendees at a United Nations women’s empowerment conference today in New York are being reminded that 2.5 billion people are still unbanked.
The topic of financial inclusion is a theme at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s International Women’s Day Forum. Several hundred corporate, non-profit and CSR professionals are attending the event.
Michael Bloomberg is synonymous with the financial markets, thanks to the Bloomberg analytics terminal which is a must for every company that deals with financial markets. But after spending more than a decade as Mayor of New York, Bloomberg is on a mission to make governments sensitive about climate change as UN envoy. In an interview with ET, he speaks from climate to financial markets. Excerpts:
Coalition of CEOs Works to Create a Better World through Business
July 24, 2014, New York, NY /3BL Media/ — Twenty one of the world’s leading CEOs and companies joined CECP, a coalition of CEOs united in the belief that societal improvement is an essential measure of business performance, in the first half of 2014.
(3BL Media/Justmeans) – The Ethisphere Institute has come out with its annual list of the “World’s Most Ethical Companies.” The list includes 144 winners, with companies ranging from Ford Motor, Kellogg and Microsoft in the U.S. to IHCC, a Saudi hospital construction company, All Good Organics, a food company in New Zealand, and PKN Orlen, a Polish oil refining company.
(3BL Media/Just Means) - Can companies engage with their communities to help them overcome challenges and improve society while turning a profit at the same time? The folks at the Shared Value Initiative think so. The group is a global community that is helping define shared value research, partnerships and application. It will be sharing knowledge during the Shared Value Leadership Summit that takes place in New York on May 13 and 14.