Corporate sustainability leaders can turn challenges into opportunities for society and companies alike.
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Communities and the social sector both stand to gain when nonprofits acquire existing for-profits.
Steve Schwartz of Upaya Social Ventures, Meg Garlinghouse of LinkedIn for Good, and Corey Marshall and Splunk4Good look at real-life examples of Silicon Valley companies that are helping social sector organizations use data more effectively.
A look at trends related to the economy and climate change, and three steps businesses and investors can take to move forward.
How a structured but adaptable collaboration model is mobilizing organizations to achieve a common goal.
How companies in industries such as pharmaceuticals are starting to learn that by giving more data away, they actually get more back.
Hal Varian, chief economist at Google, discusses methods of big data analysis that can indicate not just correlation but also causality.
Many valuable datasets remain locked away or siloed across different organizations and sectors. This panel from our February data conference looks how we can collaborate better on data projects.
Keeping sustainability programs on track requires a new mind-set, executive leadership, and clear public commitments.
Activism against companies can stigmatize them with politicians.
For-profit executives use business models—such as "low-cost provider"—as a shorthand way to describe the way companies are built and sustained. Nonprofit executives have not had an equivalent lexicon—until now.
How Canada’s largest bank is reimagining the role of corporations in society.
Employers must do more to help employees who combine their jobs with taking care of family members and friends.
Wicked Problems explores characteristics of and approaches to today's most complex social issues.
Contrary to myth, the sale of Ben & Jerry’s to corporate giant Unilever wasn’t legally required.