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Inherent Group is featured in this article on alternative strategies and ESG integration: For Tony Davis, the route to ESG investing came after a successful run as the co-founder of Anchorage Capital Group… Davis describes [Inherent Group] as an opportunistic investor looking for mispricings with two guiding missions. One is “to show when you incorporate
An overview of the impact investing landscape and tools investors can use to effectively incorporate ESG factors.
An open letter to Jefferies employees shared publicly regarding the value of questioning any company’s leadership.
An opinion piece from Jamie Dimon and Warren Buffett regarding the costs of managing to quarterly earnings.
An analysis of the trends in 2018’s proxy season.
A history of the disposable straw, the environmental controversy surrounding it, and broader lessons on capitalism.
An overview of an interactive map depicting the development of coal power plants since 2000.
A look at the global environmental impact of plastic, 40 percent of which is used just once before being discarded
An analysis of the strategy behind the world’s largest CEO pay package–and one of the most unique.
A professor discusses her view of where EM markets are in the cycle.
A look at the growing world of direct-to-consumer companies.
An opinion piece about the value of Starbucks’s bias training.
A professor’s view on how to improve capitalism, the “world’s largest co-operative system.”
An empirical analysis that demonstrates the alpha generation of a lower carbon investment portfolio.
A look at the increasingly public role many CEOs are playing in weighing in on controversial political and social issues.
How Cape Town and its residents are coping with an unprecedented water shortage, and its implications for business.
Setting a self-imposed emission target and deadline is an intriguing leadership step for a company with McDonald’s visibility.
Merck’s CEO reflects on his career and the role of CEOs today.
A look at the radical, productive culture of the electric truck company, Chanje.