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Category Archives: Business
Two decades ago, a few pioneering companies came together in London to form a benchmarking group and that has now gone worldwide. So what’s next for community investment? Last week I spent an energising day in the company of 70 … Continue reading
With the election battle gathering pace in the UK, big business is keeping its head down, despite having much at stake. Mike Tuffrey reads the early runes as the contest unfolds. The pundits will tell you that political parties adopt … Continue reading
Companies should do more to protect civil society, even if that means defending their critics from oppressive governments. Think of business involvement in politics, and the murky world of backhanders and behind-the-scenes lobbying may spring to mind. However, define the … Continue reading
When Uber’s boss fell out with one of his drivers, the video went viral. In the process he’s taught us all a lesson about true responsibility. It’s pretty ironic, I suppose. The digital revolution has enabled Uber co-founder, Travis Kalanick, … Continue reading
It’s not exactly as easy as ABC, but ESG – Environmental, Social and Governance – is the key to investors getting traction on the behaviour of companies they own. Forgive me if a note of grumpiness creeps into this comment. … Continue reading
Let’s looks back at some of the better news stories of 2016. The year usually ends with a concerted effort to be jolly, even if most readers of this blog will feel glad tidings have been in rather short supply … Continue reading
The polls may not have predicted it, but the underlying causes of the upset outcome are evident. So what do we do now? Many in Britain will have had the same sinking feeling on waking up to hear the outcome … Continue reading
Amid continuing concern about the hard economic consequences of Brexit, there’s cause for optimism from good progress on the Paris climate agreement and the roll-out of the Global Goals. Mark Carney, the softly-spoken Canadian governor of the Bank of England, … Continue reading
An opportunity to kick-start a move towards more mission-led companies is getting caught up in Brexit fall-out. A little reported but potentially momentous bit of thinking is going on in the depths of the UK government. Earlier this summer the … Continue reading
Too many companies are trapped by the ‘curse of materiality’ and aren’t accepting the challenge of change. When the Global Goals were agreed last September, I hailed them as setting “the new, de-facto global standard for businesses to design, measure and … Continue reading