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A History of Business Ethics

Richard T. De George The term ‘business ethics’ is used in a lot of different ways, and the history of business ethics will vary depending on how one conceives of the object under discussion. The history will

8 Principles for Changing the World

Denise Carpenter came from a low-income family, a low-performing school and was a teenage mom, but she was determined to make a better life for herself and her family. Now a Dell Scholar and graduate student at

STEM education crucial for global youth

At the Microsoft Philanthropies Enabling Opportunities summit, policy-makers, educators, researchers and non-profit organizations gathered in Singapore to discuss the challenges, opportunities and ideas required around building an ecosystem to bring the benefits of technology to their local

Three Steps to Effectively Measure Philanthropic Impact

By Burt Cummings According to The Council on Foundations (COF) Report, Increasing Impact & Enhancing Value, corporate philanthropy is as vital as ever to business and society. And yet corporate leaders are under increasing pressure to connect

Social good meets business strategy: Putting your signature on CSR

After eight months of trying, I finally sold my house. In real estate, it is often said that the three most important factors are location, location, location. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) professionals should take note of that

Will mandatory CSR kill the Spirit of Corporate Philanthropy?

The accepted meaning of philanthropy very simply put is “the desire to promote the welfare of others, expressed especially by the generous donation of money to good causes”. At the heart of philanthropy lies a deep motivation