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Bill Belichick, head coach and general manager of the New England Patriots, said in a recent interview on ESPN that “we are looking forward to competing hard” in Super Bowl LI against the Atlanta Falcons. Bill Belichick knows what he is talking about.
This past Valentine’s Day, Americans spent just over $18 billion on jewelry, flowers, cards, a night out for their sweetheart, and more.
[Editor’s Note: Chunmei (Mei) Li is Director at Worldwide Corporate Contributions (WCC) Johnson & Johnson.
In just a few short weeks, more than 100,000 Comcast NBCUniversal volunteers will gather to help improve communities around the world on Comcast Cares Day, arguably our company’s strongest, most vibrant tradition. A year ago, I spent my very first Comcast Cares Day working side-by-side with my c
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and U.S.-India Business Council convened on April 14 to discuss best practices in promoting local economic empowerment, and identify and address barriers to entrepreneurship for women and youth. Participants had the opportunity to engage with stakeholders from the Indian private sector, government and NGOs, and more.
The field of corporate citizenship is ever changing, and for individuals leading CSR efforts in companies it can be stressful to keep up with the newest best practice or focus.
We recently connected with JJ Ramberg, co-founder of Goodshop -- an 11 year old company based in San Francisco. Goodshop has been featured extensively by the press including the New York Times, Good Morning America, Fortune, Forbes, the WSJ, Oprah Magazine, and more.