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Whirlpool Tool Makers Donate Bikes to Needy Children

By Craig Shoup
Article

Eddie Hatfield, a father of six, said he always wanted to give back to children, and two years ago started collecting money from his fellow tool makers at Whirlpool Corp. in Clyde to donate bikes to children for the Toys for Tots program.

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National Diversity Council is Proud to Announce the 2017 Top 50 Multicultural Lawyers in Dallas

Press Release

DALLAS, August 8, 2017 /3BL Media/ - The National Diversity Council is proud to announce the 2017 Top 50 Multicultural Lawyers in Dallas, a definitive list of executives, influencers and achievers impacting the legal industry.

“The 2017 Top 50 Multicultural Lawyers award list highlights some of the most extraordinary legal professionals in the Dallas Area,” said Dennis Kennedy, Founder and Chair of the National Diversity Council. “We are honored to recognize such a distinguished group of leaders dedicated to continuous success in their workplaces and communities.”

Bloomberg View: Organic Food

Premium Prices and Uncertain Benefits
Article

Organic food sales have gone through the roof. It’s no wonder. It’s widely believed that organic foods are more nutritious and safer than non-organic — they’re even said to fight cancer — even though the evidence is far from clear.

Annual Convening of Global Corporate Leaders on Societal Engagement

CEOs to Attend Closed-Door Session to Deepen Connections to their Communities
Press Release

New York, NY, September 24, 2014 /3BL Media/- Fifty CEOs of the world’s largest companies will convene at CECP’s 10th annual Board of Boards, February 23, 2015 in New York, NY.

Twenty One CEOs and Companies Join the Ranks of CECP in 2014 to Date

Coalition of CEOs Works to Create a Better World through Business
Press Release

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.

Foreign Corrupt Practices: U.S. Industry Supply Chains

Article

Foreign corrupt practices are becoming a loud issue in the spectrum of industry supply chain transparancy. In recent headlines Wal-mart has issued a hefty finincial projection for the following fiscal year regarding FCPA costs by an estimated 200 million. The retail tycoon reportedly spent 157 million in 2012 on expenses for federal compliance. Wal-mart is not the only large retailer struggling with compliance in FCPA but many manufacturing industries are facing the strict and ethical principles demanded by the U.S. federal government. 

Guest Post: Top 10 Corporate Responsibility Stories of 2012

Blog

This year may have lacked the huge catastrophes that have dominated the corporate responsibility headlines of the last couple of years (such as BP's oil spill in 2010 or TEPCO's nuclear disaster at Fukushima in 2011), but 2012 has probably been more packed with serious incidents than any of the previous years. We had real trouble putting these in any kind of order and even getting down to just a top 10 of big stories was tough  - and meant we had to jettison a few favoured good news stories about corporate responsibility just to be able to capture all of the bad news.

From Harvard Business Review: CEOs Need to See Through Walls

Create Shared Value to "Fix the System"
Summary: 

Mark Kramer writes on using the Creating Shared Value approach to combat the constraints of the recession. His post is part of the new HBR forum The CEO's Role in Fixing the System.

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Mark Kramer writes on using the Creating Shared Value approach to combat the constraints of the recession. His post is part of the new HBR forum The CEO's Role in Fixing the System.

The Year in CSR: The Four Trends of 2010

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The year started off with a bang with accountability questions related to Wyclef Jean's Yele Haiti Foundation. From April on, people berated BP and cringed as the CEO told us one thing about the environmental and economic damage caused by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, while images flooding the media showed quite another story.

Business’ Role in Solving Social Problems

By Charles H. Moore Executive Director, Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy
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Response from CECP Executive Director Charles Moore to two major newspapers have run opinion columns which our organization, the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP), believes represent outdated perspectives on the role of business in society.

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Response from CECP Executive Director Charles Moore to two major newspapers have run opinion columns which our organization, the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP), believes represent outdated perspectives on the role of business in society.

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