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Don’t break up Big Tech, says Bill Gates. The world’s second-richest man says regulation is the way forward — and he’s speakin...
Gates discussed the responsibilities of tech companies amid a slew of antitrust probes into Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Apple.
CEOs are suddenly having a change of heart about what their companies should stand for — and the diverging fates of 2 major corporations show wh...
CEOs are realizing investing in the long term is a better idea than short-term cost cutting. The divergent paths of Kraft Heinz and Unilever show it.
Walmart is cautiously rolling out its own gun control, and it’s a sign of how major companies are starting to value more than just profits
After shootings at US Walmart stores, the retail giant is curbing gun sales — and it's happening as companies say they care about more than profit.
A group of major US companies just took out a full-page NYT ad pushing Apple, Amazon, and Walmart to ‘get to work’ prioritizing social res...
The CEOs of dozens of major companies published a letter aimed at Apple, Amazon and others pushing for social responsibility.
We've chosen books from writers like Joseph Stiglitz and Amy Webb that make sense of where we are, how we got here, and where we should be headed.
Silicon Valley has become so money-obsessed, founders and venture capitalists keep accepting money from horrible people, and it’s ruining all of...
Jeffrey Epstein was a tech investor. Saudi Arabia has pumped billions into WeWork and Uber. Silicon Valley has become morally bankrupt.
181 CEOs of public companies, including Apple, JPMorgan Chase, and Walmart, have declared a company’s purpose is to serve more than just shareho...
CEOs in the Business Roundtable have agreed that a public company exists to serve all stakeholders, including customers, employees, and shareholders.
Years of research have shown such policies have health and career benefits for both parents. Netflix tops the list with its famous "unlimited" plan.
Top fashion labels like Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and Ralph Lauren have all set ambitious sustainability goals, and the president of France is involved
Three multibillion-dollar fashion conglomerates are doubling down on sustainability, and French president Emmanuel Macron is weighing in.
Microsoft gave out 230 grants to fund the use of AI to address climate change and released code to help developers build algorithms.