Corporate Sustainability and Social Entrepreneurship: Part Four

Fourth in a Series of Articles

We began this series of articles by asking tough questions:

Do corporations exist solely to maximize shareholder value and profit? Or do corporations also exist to serve a broader interest, to achieve “social good”?

Is there one bottom line or two? Can profit and social good co-exist and complement one another? Or are these concepts necessarily at odds?

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