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    1. Corporate Social Responsibility Can No Longer be a Sideshow

      Corporate Social Responsibility Can No Longer be a Sideshow

      The global pandemic has unexpectedly redefined the essence of work, accelerated e-commerce and digital dependence and laid bare how societies function and prioritize. In the absence of a forcing function, these shifts would have taken decades to realize. But this unplanned transformation has also exposed a highly distorted world where the agents of capitalism are increasingly out of sync with societal priorities...

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    2. If Black Lives Matter, Transform Your Leadership Team

      If Black Lives Matter, Transform Your Leadership Team

      The ongoing collective grief and outrage expressed over the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery — and most recently, the police shooting of Jacob Blake — signals a cultural shift of acknowledgement against mistreatment of African Americans. However, such tragedy has replayed time after time, and the status quo won’t change without meaningful steps — especially in corporate America ...

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    3. More Than a Dozen Bankrupt Companies Committed to Paying Millions in Bonuses

      More Than a Dozen Bankrupt Companies Committed to Paying Millions in Bonuses

      More than a dozen companies that have filed for bankruptcy during the pandemic have committed to paying millions in bonuses to their executives as many Americans are jobless, Bloomberg News reported . Of the about 100 major companies that have filed for bankruptcy since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, 19 of them have committed to paying a total of $131 million in retention and performance bonuses, both before and after filing for bankruptcy, according to Bloomberg’s analysis...

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    4. AIG to Shed Consumer, Commercial Units

      AIG to Shed Consumer, Commercial Units

      AIG to shed consumer, commercial units By Sylvan Lane - 09/25/17 08:54 AM EDT 1 © Getty Financial services giant AIG will restructure its business and shut down its consumer and commercial divisions as it attempts to shed stricter federal oversight, Reuters reported Monday. AIG will divide its operations into general insurance, life and retirement planning and a tech platform while dropping two major finance units, according to Reuters...

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