Bloomberg: Sustainable Business

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Bloomberg: Sustainable Business

The primary objective of our sustainability strategy is to decouple the Company’s growth from environmental impact, while proving the business case for sustainable operations. By looking at our business through an environmental lens, we have reduced costs, minimized risk and engaged our employees, while generating $95 million in cost avoidance for the Company.

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The US Government-in-Exile Has a New President
The annual Manhattan conference hosted for a decade by the Clinton Global Initiative became a kind of shorthand for what some hated about the Clintons: a mix of worthy and venal motives, a slosh of money and shady rich people around their world, and flashy and enduring relationships with autocrats in the Gulf. Tomorrow, Bill Clinton will hand what used to be CGI's main event off to Mike...
Sep 25, 2017 4:35 PM ET
Bloomberg Global Business Forum: An Unprecedented Collaboration
In the first-ever Bloomberg Global Business Forum, heads of state and global business leaders gathered for an unprecedented collaboration between government and the private sector. Speakers like Bill Clinton, Emmanuel Macron, Tim Cook and Justin Trudeau stressed the importance of sharing ideas in order to improve the world. To get get an inside look at what happened at the inaugural...
Sep 21, 2017 3:20 PM ET
Stronger Global Relations Require Business Leadership
As attention focuses on the UN General Assembly in New York, it’s important to remember that in a global economy, America’s relationship with the world does not depend solely on the state of politics along Pennsylvania Avenue. The ties that bind nations together today are deeply connected to trade and investment. Diplomatic relations are often grounded in economic relations, and while chief...
Sep 21, 2017 3:15 PM ET
Ma, Dangote, Blankfein to Meet World Leaders at Bloomberg Event
As global chief executives wrestle with how to engage with government leaders, a group including Alibaba’s Jack Ma and ...
Aug 28, 2017 4:00 PM ET
Bloomberg's Julia Stoyanovich on the Importance of Many Perspectives at the Data for Good Exchange
Julia Stoyanovich has worked in data management in all different sectors of the tech world. During the first dotcom boom – and bust – she was at Juno, an internet service provider that Stoyanovich says had the distinction of being the first “bad” tech IPO of that time. “It made me stronger,” she says, laughing. Since then, she’s done research at Columbia University, IBM, the Max Planck...
Jul 12, 2017 1:55 PM ET

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