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Meet the investor who calls herself a ‘human social network’ and manages a $150 million fund building startup hubs outside of Silicon Vall...
Anna Mason is taking AOL founder Steve Case's "Rise of the Rest" vision to the next level.
Walmart and Patagonia were once the ‘odd couple’ of sustainability. Now, the world’s biggest apparel brands are lining up to follow ...
The Sustainable Apparel Coalition includes 250 members like Nike and Levi's; its tools are used by more than 10,000 manufacturers.
The head of JPMorgan’s $350 million philanthropic arm explains the challenges of investing in cities when Americans are increasingly wary of cor...
JPMorgan Chase's head of corporate responsibility, Peter Scher, explained how the bank has been experimenting with a unique approach to philanthropy.
The entrepreneur behind the coveted B Corp label shares why he’s partnering with the UN to solve our most pressing workforce problems
B Lab has partnered with small companies and the United Nations to develop programs that benefit employees and the environment.
The labor-rights activist who helped win 2 million US caregivers higher wages warns that robots aren’t the real threat to workers
Jobs With Justice co-executive director Sarita Gupta said we need to address the "fissuring" of the economy and not take any changes as inevitable.
Each of the winners gets a $3 million prize to help deal with local challenges.
Only 18 out of 890 major US companies are fully transparent on worker issues — and that openness is helping them grow their bottom line
Paul Tudor Jones' nonprofit Just Capital has measured which companies are best at reporting employee benefits and equal pay.
The founder of #MeToo explains why her movement isn’t about ‘naming and shaming,’ and how she’s fighting to reclaim its narrat...
Me Too Movement founder Tarana Burke wants to steer #MeToo away from media sensationalism and office politics.
Patagonia CEO Rose Marcario is one of Business Insider's 100 People Transforming Business
They include a Wall Street titan, a labor rights activist, and a presidential candidate.