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What did Weinstein's board know, and when did they know it? — Quartz at Work
After the implosion of Enron, WorldCom, and Tyco in 2001, US regulators smelled a systemic sort of rot in the preparation of corporate financials. One response of the US Congress was to require the CEOs and CFOs of public companies to start personally certifying financial statements. What if CEOs and board members were similarly required—or even just volunteered—to certify annually that to their knowledge, no one in senior management had engaged in sexual harassment and that any harassment complaints brought to the company had been dealt with appropriately?
corporateresponsibility  women  corporateculture 
5 weeks ago by JohnDrake
news.starbucks.com
Hines is the director of social impact for U.S. operations at Starbucks. His job today is to launch stores in underserved communities that could benefit from economic development. The stores are built by women or minority-owned contractors, staffed by partners (employees) from the community, carry food made by local diverse vendors and offer free training programs to help people between 16 and 24 who aren’t in school or working to develop job skills.
brand_starbucks  economy  corporateculture 
may 2017 by JohnDrake

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