ESG Investing Needs Clear, Smart Regulation—And Fast-image

August 20, 2020 | Alex Davis

ESG Investing Needs Clear, Smart Regulation—And Fast

The incorporation of environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria into investment decisions is a popular, evidence-backed strategy to reduce risk. Yet some regulators remain wary of ESG, putting the continued growth of sustainable investing in doubt. For example, the U.S....

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The Business Case For Disability Inclusion-image

July 28, 2020 | Alex Davis

The Business Case For Disability Inclusion

As calls for reform and racial justice continue to upend American politics, other minority groups are raising their voices for change. July marks thirty years since the Americans With Disabilities Act was signed into law yet disabled persons are still...

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Tech Companies Struggle With Racial Biases In Facial Recognition-image

June 17, 2020 | Alex Davis

Tech Companies Struggle With Racial Biases In Facial Recognition

Amid a national reckoning over racial inequality, companies are increasingly moving to scrutinize bias in their products and practices. In the tech sector, leading companies are rethinking their relationships with law enforcement, particularly when it comes to facial recognition software. ...

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ESG Investments Show Their Value In The Pandemic-image

May 26, 2020 | Alex Davis

ESG Investments Show Their Value In The Pandemic

Investments aligned with environmental, social and governance factors (ESG) have long been promoted as a risk management strategy for investors. However, during the previous decade-plus long economic expansion, there were no events that truly tested this claim.  That moment has now arrived—and ESG strategies appear to have worked as advertised. Initial analysis shows that funds managed according to...

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