Delaware becomes the latest state to allow companies to incorporate with a dual aim – making a profit while supporting environmental and social causes. It’s a potential game-changer because half[…]
With more than a billion people unable to access clean drinking water, or enough food or electricity, the prospect of increasing the world’s population by 80 million annually ratchets up[…]
What began as an informal charity effort by Sudanese professionals living abroad has grown into an organization aiming to introduce transparency and efficiency into social work through pinpointed projects. Sadagaat,[…]
When companies trumpet their efforts to produce organic foods, sell fair-trade T-shirts or just make the world a better place, a cynical view might be that they are diverting attention[…]
New research co-authored by Wharton post-doctoral fellow Jessica Kennedy indicates that one possible explanation for women being underrepresented in certain business careers is their perceptions about the ethical compromises that[…]
New bank regulations coming out of Basel III “almost certainly will not” prevent another global financial crisis, says Richard J. Herring, Wharton finance professor.