We are well into the second decade of the 21st century, but the vexing topic of gender in corporate life is commanding more serious attention than ever before.
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The former chief digital officer of New York, Rachel Haot, explains why government and entrepreneurs need to work together.
Already accused of a litany of questionable practices, the ride-hailing giant is now closely tied to a government that oppresses women.
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Rethinking longtime practices, a food giant dramatically cuts its water use.
There’s no industry paying more attention to changes in the climate and their potential costs than insurers.
Attempting to transform the utility business, David Crane ran into shareholder skepticism and board impatience.
Companies have created a title for the executives charged with helping them adapt to climate change.