Companies owe their communities, not just their shareholdersNovember 1, 2019Northwest Marketing 1Economics, StrategyIn August, the US Business Roundtable, which represents the CEOs of some of America’s largest companies, issued a statement suggesting that American businesses were beholden not just to shareholders, but also to stakeholders such as suppliers and employees—and that those businesses also had responsibilities to the communities in which they operate.Read MoreGet ready for the next level of leadership. Click to know more about the Chicago Booth Accelerated Development Program (Chicago Booth ADP) Tweet Share Share Email Related Posts Is there a ‘formula’ for the success of companies? Elite companies’ superstar strategy involving the mastery of data analytics and information technology. Gig workers – What makes it worth it? The promise of the gig economy is of working on a schedule of your own choosing. Does controlling their own time actually make gig workers better off?