Pressure from investors, in the form of lawsuits and shareholder proposals, has the potential to remake the legal landscape and force companies to disclose and address climate risks.
Corporate reporting standards for environmental, social and governance issues are evolving in the United States. But in the European Union, ESG reporting is already a way of life for most big companies.
From America’s Southeastern Conference to Africa’s eastern coast, business students dream of building better lives and stronger communities.
The German economy might be known as a top producer of good beer and ultimate driving machines, but in the past 20 years, Germany has also become a premier creator of green jobs and thriving midsize companies.
In the whirlwind of the supply chain, there is no standing still. To keep from being swept up, there must be constant movement by logistics caretakers: the operations bosses, the technology builders, the data miners, the finance experts and, of course, the higher-education scholars who prime the pump with talent.
Now in its third year, Global Georgia arose as a convenient study away alternative with the goal of exposing more undergraduate students to international business fundamentals. Participants earn experiential learning and international immersion credits along with credit hours toward their degrees.
When Mike Mannina (BBA ’04, ABJ ’04) left the U.S. Department of the Treasury in 2015, he wasn’t sure where his career path would lead.
What does a sustainable business look like? In Costa Rica, it can take the form of an organic farm or ecotourism lodge — but there’s an equal chance it’s a medical device manufacturer or major financial firm.
General Motors is investing $35 billion into electric and autonomous vehicles through 2025 with hopes every driver makes the switch.
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investment funds, which reached $400 billion in assets under management in 2021, are meant to make investing in “good” companies easier. But do they deliver on the promise of promoting a greener, more just stock market?