~ January 16, 2020  ~
-- Case Study --
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business: Brian K. Richter

Environmental concerns are increasing pressure on companies to tackle e-waste and other issues. How did one company balance the push for progressive policy changes while also bolstering the bottom line? (also see part B here)
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BizEd Magazine: Raj Echambadi

When shaping the future of business education, would schools be better off asking what is not going to change?
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What does putting sustainability at the heart of "a fundamental re-shaping of finance" mean for investment firms, and what are the likely ripple effects of such a move? (see Larry Fink's Letter to CEOs)
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Fortune: Christiaan Hetzner

Global corporations are increasingly vulnerable to charges of unsustainable actions. How could Siemens have avoided this particular pitfall? (see also Climate Activist Turns Down Siemens' Offer of Seat on Energy Board)
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The New York Times: Ryan Beck, Amit Seru

"Over the long run, the profitable thing and the right thing are usually the same." How can the system better align investor horizons with those of other stakeholders?
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The New Yorker: Joshua Rothman

"Inequality is everywhere, and unignorable. We've diagnosed the disease. Why can't we agree on a cure?" A fascinating deep-dive into one of the most challenging problems of our times.
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