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Considering environmental, social and governance factors in business and investing analysis

Companies often push aside investment in social factors in favor of profit, but environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives have been shown to intrinsically promote sustainable earnings and facilitate long-term success. In their article for Corporate Compliance Insights, Tod Northman and Savannah Fox discuss how ESG initiatives can create long-term value and generate returns.

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Category: Corporate Governance