I wanted this post’s headline to be a play on words using the word “roots.” But changed my mind on the premise that some (most?) blogospherians who read these posts 1 – probably aren’t from the U.S. and 2 – … Read more
Monthly Archives: April 2008
Just like Intel squeezing 47 Million transistors into one Intel Atom processor, we sent just one man to the White House to represent our 84,000 employees being honored today for Intel’s commitment to volunteerism. http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2008/04/20080429-5.wm.v.html Paul Otellini — our CEO … Read more
Wasn’t the headline you were expecting was it? Was the farthest thing from my mind as well as I set out on a week and a half in Asia. I typically go to Asia a couple of times a year … Read more
“What has your company done to pave the path toward going green?” “How have your actions helped the greater community?” “How has going green saved you money, jobs and improved lives?” These are 3 questions I’ve been asked to answer … Read more
We don’t get too many comments to most of our posts, but I hope this one is a little different. I’m doing some personal “mapping” of the future and considering we have about 10K CSR stakeholders poking around this blog … Read more
How many Earth Day blogs will there be? For me, this intuitively seems one of the worst days to be blogging considering the sheer number of posts with “Earth Day” in the title. However, considering everything going on, I’d be … Read more
For those of us in this business, socially responsible investing has been on our radar screen for more than a decade, but it was still nice to see to see The Today Show feature the concept this morning.
I’ve been working from home today, enjoying the chance to watch the buds swell, the birds flirt and the daffodils bob in the breeze. Of course this is April in Oregon, so this was sometimes highlighted by a “sun break” … Read more
I’ve seen this question quite a bit lately in all sorts of trade and business press. While I suppose it makes an interesting headline to some, the question makes absolutely no sense to me. It might be fair to ask … Read more
This year’s Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship (BCCCC) Conference just wrapped up this week. It was held in Boston this year, but they try to jump coasts each year. Next year it’s in San Francisco.