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Examining Flip Side Of A Firm's Social Responsibility Record

Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Companies often practice image management. That is, after being caught doing something bad, they invest in philanthropic projects. Research is asking whether companies that do good are ever motivated to "cash in" on their good credit?

Source: NPR

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