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This year is proving to be a turning point in the shift toward stakeholder capitalism. Corporations are increasingly recognizing the importance of their treatment of workers, customers, communities, shareholders and the environment. And there is a growing consensus that responsible and inclusive business practices around diversity, long-term thinking, and sustainability are good for both stakeholders and the bottom line.

In their fourth Just 100 report, Just Capital polled more than 110,000 people on the most critical aspects of corporate behavior and ranked America’s largest public companies on how they served five critical stakeholders.

Check out which corporations are turning the daunting challenges of 2020 into lasting change.

While the first Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded 119 years ago, it was awarded for the first time last week to a female duo. Dr. Jennifer Doudna and Dr. Emmanuelle Charpentier were honored for developing a technology that can rewrite DNA in cells.
Climate Concerns Reaching ‘Tipping Point’ for Family Offices
Younger members of wealthy families are exerting pressure on their elders to review their investments with an eye for investing for environmental impact and assessing the climate risk of portfolios.
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CEOs Increasingly See Sustainability as Path to Profitability
A quarter of CEOs now strongly agree that investing in climate-change initiatives could lead to significant new product and service opportunities for their businesses, up from 13% in 2010, according to a 2020 survey of more than 1,500 global CEOs by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC.
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Black Entrepreneurs Day
On October 24, Daymond John, CEO and Founder of FUBU, is teaming up with Chase for Business to present a free global live-stream celebrating black business and entrepreneurship. The live streamed event will feature conversations with Black business icons, performances from superstar artists, and grant awards.
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Female VCs Working to Fund Black and Female Founders
Sarah Kunst, managing director at Cleo Capital, Steph Mui, co-founder and general partner at the 2020 Fund, Leyla Seka, partner at the Operator Collective, and Alexa von Tobel, co-founder and managing partner at Inspired Capital, describe the VC funding landscape and share tips for founders.
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BRT Commits Advancing Racial Equity and Justice
Yesterday, the Business Roundtable, an organization comprised of the CEOs of America's biggest companies, announced initiatives to advance racial equity and justice in the areas of employment, finance, education, health, housing and criminal justice. This is yet another sign of how businesses are continuing to take a broader role in society.
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What’s Your Voting Plan?
Unprecedented times require unprecedented voter turnout. This year, more than ever, it’s important to make a plan for how you’ll make sure your vote is counted. Click to find out your voting options in your state and reach out to others to ensure they’ve a plan too!
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