A breakdown of the role that corporate and social responsibility plays in public and employee perceptions of large companies, and how it can be made to work without seeming disingenuous.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, CEOs are considering how their organisation can support charitable and grassroots initiatives. Many believe that finding a partnership that delivers value for both parties is impossible – but it doesn’t…
The Apple CEO’s new programme will both promote racial equality within the company and assist external non-profit ventures.
As the COVID-19 crisis has progressed, companies large and small have naturally become preoccupied with their own survival. But the ones that have collaborated with each other have shown the greatest resilience.
The biopharmaceutical company will allow the US government to utilise its stocks of remdesivir, following the FDA’s approval to use the drug to treat COVID-19 cases.
With the uncertainty and tragedy brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, spirits are low around the globe. But in times of adversity, companies are uniquely positioned to bring relief to people in despair.
Bill Gates In February, The Bill & Melinda Foundation announced plans to commit up to US$100 million to help global detection, isolation and treatment of COVID-19. More than half of the funding will be invested in developing vaccines,…
The billionaire Microsoft founder slammed the decision to defund the World Health Organisation amid the COVID-19 pandemic, declaring it as “as dangerous as it sounds.”