When it comes to social and environmental justice, words don’t cut it
By CJ Clouse.
Not so long ago, business was business.
The vast majority of corporations happily functioned according to the doctrine of economist Milton Freidman, who believed a company’s sole responsibility was to make gobs of money for its shareholders to roll around in. And, whether due to ideology or cynicism, few expected anything more from the business world.
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