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Israel has developed a strong high-tech industry, but Arab participation is miniscule. Tsofen, a non-profit organization, is working to bridge this divide.
Doing good isn't just the domain of philanthropists, says Turner Impact Capital CEO Bobby Turner. Through impact investing, he notes, it is possible to turn a profit, satisfy stakeholders and[…]
Can compassion be good for the bottom line? According to Emma Seppälä, author of The Happiness Track, the answer is a clear yes.
Now that international sanctions have been lifted, Iran could prove to be an attractive destination for foreign investors — but its religious establishment creates a significant barrier, experts say.
As it battles the fallout of food contamination outbreaks, Mexican food chain Chipotle must revamp food safety processes across its supply chain and build a company-wide culture to reinforce those,[…]
Individuals and companies are increasingly putting their money behind social impact initiatives. But how can programs be successfully designed, financed and measured in terms of outcomes?
Wharton's Robert Hughes contends that it doesn't take long to find examples of ethical behavior being practiced even in the absence of serious legal consequences. He finds that laws, even[…]
There's a lot more to Goodwill's charitable model than is obvious from its ubiquitous thrift stores. Jim Gibbons, head of Goodwill Industries International, explains.
Research by Wharton's Peter Conti-Brown examines the intersection of law, finance, history and politics to paint a more accurate picture of one of America's most venerable institutions.
Research by Wharton’s Matthew Cedergren finds that plaintiffs considering a lawsuit against a firm give serious weight to whether the manager went above and beyond normal reporting requirements.