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The Wall Street Journal Ranks International Paper One of “The 100 Most Sustainably Managed Companies in the World”


The Wall Street Journal announced “The 100 Most Sustainably Managed Companies in the World,” a new ranking that focuses on companies’ ability to create long-term shareholder value. We are proud to rank among the top 2% of global firms, and you can read more about the award here.

Cisco #3 Among 100 Most Sustainably Managed Companies in the World, According to The Wall Street Journal


Cisco is proud to be named #3 on The Wall Street Journal’s list of the 100 most sustainably managed companies in the world.

Below are some excerpts from the article announcing the rankings, originally published by The Wall Street Journal on October 12, 2020.

Gildan Named One of the World's Most Sustainably Managed Companies

Press Release

MONTREAL, October 14, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Gildan Activewear Inc. (GIL: TSX and NYSE) announces that it has ranked 32nd overall among The Wall Street Journal’s new ranking of the Top 100 Most Sustainably Managed Companies in the world. The Company also claimed the 6th spot among the top 10 companies in the world in the business model/innovation sub-ranking. This recognition underscores the effectiveness of the Company’s vertically-integrated operating model and supply chain from a sustainability standpoint.

How Positive "Impact Bonds" Build on Strong Foundations


by Benjamin Bailey, CFA, Praxis Mutual Funds & Everence Financial 

Praxis Mutual Fund shareholders expect us to invest with their values in mind. The Praxis Impact Bond Fund turned 25 this year and through the first half of the fund’s tenure we diligently focused on screening out holdings contrary to those shared values. In 2006, our eyes were opened by a public bond offering that showed us what positive impact bonds (those bonds that make a positive impact on the climate and/or communities) could do.

MetLife Foundation Announces Sponsorship of "Multipliers of Prosperity" for a Fourth Year

Global platform continues to lead conversation on financial health and inclusion
Press Release

NEW YORK, April 26, 2018 /3BL Media/ – MetLife Foundation announced today its fourth year as sole sponsor of Multipliers of Prosperity, an award-winning online thought leadership platform developed in partnership with WSJ. Custom Studios. The online site facilitates a global conversation on the financial health of low- to moderate-income people, and showcases the innovative and important solutions being implemented by both nonprofit and private sector financial services providers.

Brown-Forman Named in WSJ Management Top 250 List

Company Recognized for Employee Engagement
Press Release

January 31, 2018 /3BL Media/ - Brown-Forman Corporation was named one of the best-managed U.S. companies in the first-ever list of well-run businesses by the Drucker Institute, as reported by The Wall Street Journal. Brown-Forman ranked 37 out of 250, scoring five stars (out of five) for employee engagement and four stars (out of five) for customer satisfaction, innovation, social responsibility, and financial strength.

The Wall Street Journal: "Cargill’s Food Empire Adapts to a Changing World"

CEO David MacLennan reflects on GMO food, record harvests and climate change

by Jacob Bunge

From the Minneapolis suburbs, Cargill Inc. runs one of the biggest food empires the world has ever seen, spanning the supply chain from farm to table—shipping fertilizer to farmers, buying the crops that are grown, processing grain into feed for livestock and poultry, and producing burgers and nuggets for the world’s biggest restaurant chains and retailers, including Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and McDonald’s Corp.

Source Intelligence: "The LinkedIn" of Supply Chain -- Connecting Suppliers & Enabling Transparency


From Alstom: Six reasons why non-U.S. companies dominate the FCPA top ten list

The FCPA Blog. The current list of the ten biggest FCPA cases includes only two U.S.-based companies -- KBR at number three and Alcoa at number six. The rest are non-U.S. companies. 

The Conflict Minerals Regulation, Kickstarting Change in the Congo


The conflict minerals law: kickstarting change in the Congo

The Huffington Post. Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Consumer Protection and Wall Street Reform Act -- "the conflict minerals" clause -- has attracted controversy concerning its effects on the ground in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and the broader region whose conflicts the law intends to allay. 


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