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Purpose At Work: How Timberland Is Planting A Climate Change Movement

by Simon Mainwaring
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Brand-fueled movements connect consumers with the causes they care about and move the needle on impact. By bringing together people, purpose and products, brands gain consumer goodwill, earned media and build a better world.

A great example of a brand that’s building a movement is Timberland. The footwear and apparel brand announced it will plant 50 million trees across the globe within the next 5 years, building on the tree planting efforts it has already led since 2001.

FedEx Makes Forbes List of World’s Most Reputable Companies For Corporate Responsibility 2019

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The Forbes article notes the importance of a company focusing its CSR efforts in ways that are “unique to your organization.” FedEx strives to do just that as we focus our CSR work on areas aligned with our expertise and values.

At FedEx, giving is focused on five areas that align with business strengths and address some of the world’s problems in a thoughtful way. In addition to five pillar focus areas, FedEx also supports programs related to Diversity and Inclusion, which are important aspects of FedEx culture.

How CEO Unity Is Driving the Responsible Company Model

by Robert Reiss
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With the emergence of the CEO pledge, affixed with the signatures of nearly 200 top CEOs, including the likes of Michael Dell, Chairman and CEO, Dell Technologies, Aflac’s 30-year CEO Dan Amos, Fink himself, General Motors’ Mary Barra, IBM’s Chairman, President and CEO Ginni Rometty and JP Morgan’s Jamie Dimon, it would be hard to deny that conducting business with a purposeful mindset is now mainstream. After a worldwide financial crisis often viewed as caused by greed and sloppy governance, the people have spoken and businesses are authentically listening.

Duke Energy Named to Forbes’ America’s Best Employers for Women

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Duke Energy is proud to be named by Forbes’ as one of America’s Best Employers for Women. We serve increasingly diverse communities in an increasingly complex world. That is why diversity and inclusion are central to both our work today and our vision for the future.

The Power Of Purpose: How Procter & Gamble Is Becoming 'A Force For Good And A Force For Growth' Pt1

By Afdhel Aziz
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When a company touches the lives of five billion people around the world, the potential to do good on a social and environmental level is profound. I caught up with Procter & Gamble Chief Brand Officer Marc Pritchard to hear about how P&G is transforming itself into "a force for good and a force for growth," leveraging its huge scale, iconic brands and unique culture to make a significant difference in the world.

Emerging Neighborhood In Downtown Tampa Is Raising The Bar For Health, Wellness

By Brenda Richardson
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Like a flower pushing up through concrete, a unique neighborhood is blossoming in Tampa. Water Street Tampa is undergoing development from the ground up on more than 50 acres in downtown Tampa along the waterfront. The developer, Tampa-based Strategic Property Partners (SPP), is putting health and well-being at the forefront of the transformation with innovative urban planning that provides a blueprint for what a city can be.

Freeport-McMoRan named to Forbes America’s Best Large Employer’s List

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June 20, 2019 /3BL Media/ — Congratulations to Freeport-McMoRan for being named one of 2019 America's Best Large Employers! The list, by Forbes magazine and Statista, ranked Freeport-McMoRan as No. 2 in Arizona and 143 overall.

The results were derived from a series of online surveys of more than 50,000 U.S. employees in 25 different industries. To see the full list of America’s Best Large Employers 2019, visit Forbes.com.

Forbes Names CBRE One of America's Best Employers

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LOS ANGELES, April 22, 2019 /3BL Media/ - CBRE is among America's Best Large Employers according to Forbes magazine.

America’s Best Employers were selected based on an independent survey of over 50,000 employees working for companies with at least 1,000 people employed in their U.S. locations. Employees were asked to evaluate their own employers as well as other companies in their industries.

What Innovative Companies and Women on Boards Have in Common

The Tipping Point Towards Positive Financial Performance
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by Meggin Thwing Eastman, Head of Impact and Screening, MSCI ESG Research

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