Category Archives: Stakeholder Interests

Business Decisions: The Good, The Bad, and The Responsible

Jack Welsh, the legendary former General Electric CEO, once said that the difference between great leaders and average ones is that great leaders make far more good decisions than bad ones. But all leaders, including great ones, make bad decisions. … Continue reading

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Making Employee Corporate Social Responsibility Personal

In 1970 the most influential economist of the day, Milton Freidman, wrote what became a famous article for The New York Times Magazine. In “The Social Responsibility of Business is to Increase its Profits” Friedman asserted that beyond operating ethically … Continue reading

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Big Banks Make A Responsible Decision, For A Change

The Wall Street Journal reported last week that a fraud prevention business, Early Warning Services, LLC, has stopped doing business with payday loan companies. Early Warning provides services that include bank account and balance verification. Its customers are lenders. It … Continue reading

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