From crisis to community
The Better Business Act would put responsibility to society and the environment on the same footing as responsibility to shareholders, explains Chris TurneCOVID-19 has forced us all to rethink. We have adapted the ways we live and work while reflecting on the world we want to create for future generations. We must ensure that every person and every busi
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