Corporate Social Responsibility: Bubble or Boom

The trial of former Enron Chairman, Ken Lay, and Chief Executive, Jeffrey Skilling, is drawing renewed attention to standards of company conduct. But pressure on business practice is also coming from an entirely different direction. Intentionally or not, companies have always been more than providers of jobs, goods and profits.

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