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Social Risk & Share Price - a case study of Dicks Sporting Goods
How does a company lose $150M in revenue, yet elevate its share-price by 22% within the same 12 month period. The case of US mid-cap retailer, Dicks Sporting Goods, exemplifies the growing importance of non-financial indicators to a company's market valuation.
Linking Financial Results to Workplace Safety - a case study of Alcoa
From 1987 through to 2000 Paul O’Neill helped transform the fortunes of one of the world’s largest Aluminium companies, Alcoa. While highly effective, O’Neill’s strategy was also unorthodox - driven almost entirely by workplace safety.
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We are developing a library of case studies that explore and examine how ESG considerations play out in real-world commercial pursuits. Return here as we add more each week.
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