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A push for corporate climate disclosures in California could influence rest of U.S.
A proposed carbon emissions disclosure law in the world's fifth-largest economy could push such requirements into the mainstream.
Corporations' decisions seem to signal the end of the pandemic
“Some companies are large enough that they can be the trendsetters,” one health economist tells us.
Some companies have warned they'll earn less than expected. Here's why.
For some, it's about consumers spending less. For others, it's about other businesses spending less.
Rising interest rates likely to make companies think twice before borrowing
Many have been on a borrowing spree through the past two years of low rates.
Did Jan. 6 change corporate giving?
A lot of companies promised to change their political giving following the insurrection.
Why are big corporations splitting up?
GE, Johnson & Johnson and Toshiba plan to divide their operations, saying the units will be more flexible, responsive and targeted.
Friendly breakup: After 129 years, GE plans future as 3 smaller companies
Separate operations focused on aviation, health care and energy will be more agile — and independent of one another's weaknesses.
What does it mean for a company to be "water-positive"?
Journalist Amanda Schupak explains how companies like PepsiCo are trying to put more water into the environment than they take out.
"Look for actions" from companies, not just green pledges, experts say
What will make meaningful progress toward climate goals? Corporations changing how they do business and making tangible investments.
More companies pledge to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
What do corporate pledges accomplish in the long run? And do they really work to bring about meaningful change?