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The State of Corporate Citizenship in the U.S.: Business Perspectives in 2005

Authors: Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College; U.S. Chamber of Commerce; The Hitachi Foundation
Product Type: Research Notes / Working Papers
Source: The Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Center for Corporate Citizenship. Produced in Coperation with the Hitachi Foundation. 2005.
Publication Year: 2005

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This report presents a complete picture of what American business is doing in the name of corporate citizenship, and the attitudes of business leaders toward the business role in society.

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The Global Compact Leaders Summit: Final Report

Author: Cooperrider, David
Product Type: Policy and Issue Reports
Source: United Nations Global Compact Office, P. 1-42
Publication Year: 2002

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On 24 June 2004, Secretary-General Kofi Annan convened the Global Compact Leaders Summit at United Nations Headquarters in New York. Nearly 500 leaders attended the Summit - including chief executive officers, government officials, and the heads of various labour groups, civil society organizations and UN agencies - to discuss and debate the Global Compact and the topic of global corporate citizenship, and to produce strategic recommendations and action imperatives related to the future evolution of the initiative.

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Royal Rentals: First Hires and Fundraising

Authors: Lee, Moses; Goldstein, Amy
Product Type: Cases
Source: Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Michigan
Publication Year: 2011

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This case study focuses on the challenges that Michael Rose, founder of Royal Rentals, faced when his first hire, Jerry Andrews, decided to stop working full time. Jerry needed cash compensation because he had a family to support and two children in college. Consequently, he took a full time job with a different company, and offered to continue to work on Royal Rentals in a limited role as a part-time consultant. Just as Jerry was torn between his commitment to the company and the welfare of his family, Michael was torn between his loyalty to Jerry and the good of his company.

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Facing the Future: Business, Society and the Sustainable Development Challenge

Author: The Prince of Wales Institute
Product Type: Books / Book Chapters
Source: University of Cambridge Program for Industry, 2005
Publication Year: 2005

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This collection of contributions from 35 leading thinkers and practitioners associated with the University of Cambridge's Program for Industry has been published to launch the second decade of the Business & the Environment Program. It focuses on engaging the world of business in a reflective, challenging conversation about its pivotal role in shaping humanity's future and furthering sustainable development.

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Building Sandcastles: The Subprime Adventure

Author: Retsinas, Nicolas P.
Product Type: Research Notes / Working Papers
Source: Harvard Business School Working Knowledge
Publication Year: 2007

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The subprime empire began with a tangible structure: a house. For the buyer, that house was a home. It represented upward mobility, a hedge against inflation, a stake in the community. As home prices rose, millions of renters, particularly those with less-than-stellar credit, yearned to seize the American dream. But traditional banks shunned "credit-impaired" borrowers. These borrowers were ripe for a deal that was too good to be true...

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Ethical Marketplace

A New Television Business News Magazine Show

Product Type: Web Sites
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A quiet revolution is happening in business and investment - the new "triple bottom line": respecting people and the environment while earning a profit. Ethical Marketplace is a weekly business news magazine TV series about this revolution...

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Boston Real Estate Playoff; A Perfect Ending?

Authors: Goetzmann, William; Tarsis, Irina
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2006

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First International Place, one of Boston's premier office buildings, was the subject of a control contest in 2005, as the New York real estate firm Tishman Speyer purchased the mortgage on the property through a sealed bid auction process and then sought to foreclose on the property...

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An Urban Grants Economy Revisited

Corporate Charitable Contributions in the Twin Cities, 1979-81, 1987-89

Author: Galaskiewicz, Joseph
Product Type: Journal Articles
Source: Administrative Science Quarterly
Publication Year: 1997

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Corporate charitable contributions can teach us how social, political, and cultural contexts influence corporate behavior...

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Water Shortage and Property Investing In Mexico City

Authors: Macomber, John D.; Garcia-Cuellar, Regina; James, Griffin H.
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2010

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A commercial property company evaluates water risks including the government's ability to remedy, the company's operating exposure and mitigation, and whether to relocate because of water risk.

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Mission Main

Boston Financial Corp. considers whether to participate in a risky but potentially beneficial plan to improve low income housing ...

Author: Vogel, John H., Jr.
Product Type: Cases
Source: The Amos Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, Dartmouth, New Hampshire
Publication Year: 2000

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This case traces the growth of the Boston Financial Corporation, by tracing the changes in tax laws which have governed real estate investment. The major change to the tax code, which created the Low Income Housing Tax Program in 1986, is discussed in great detail as an incentive for developers to create quality, affordable housing for low income people ...

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