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Published on Wednesday, 14 August 2013

Money talks: the bottom line with sustainability

Written by John Mowbray

MoneyBOSTON – Shareholders and investors are piling growing pressure on brands to tackle issues such as sustainability, supply chain management and water-related risks, with leading apparel brands Gap, Target, Nike and Ralph Lauren among companies which were subject to 110 shareholder resolutions filed with 94 US companies on corporate sustainability challenges during this year’s shareholder proxy season.


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