Responsible Investing???

You really can create wealth and still satisfy your soul. It’s all about ethics and accountability, and putting your money where your values are. When you choose socially responsible investing, you are making a statement about who you are and what you stand for. You are telling the corporate world that the planet and all living things matter. That truth, justice, and human rights matter.

Responsible investing (RI) is also known as socially responsible investing, ethical investing or social impact investing.

It brings social, environmental and governance (ESG) criteria into the decision-making process of investing. These days, whether it’s large institutions or individuals, people are looking for corporate responsibility, social change, and environmental sustainability. RI empowers individual investors to make a difference by basing their investment decisions on how and where companies operate. Responsible investments are screened to ensure that companies have clean environmental, social, and governance records. RI also promotes shareholder engagement, whereby mutual funds and other shareholders take an active role in influencing how companies operate.

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Whipp Tips & News

Switch IPO the latest to limit investor voting rights

As many of 15 percent of U.S. IPOs in recent years have used dual share classes meant to give insiders outsized voting rights, according to the Council of Institutional Investors.

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Wells Fargo executives, board must face lawsuit over fake accounts, federal judge says

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-wells-fargo-accounts-decision/wells-fargo-executives-board-must-face-lawsuit-over-fake-accounts-federal-judge-says-idUSKBN1CA1ZY

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As Ford pushes into electric vehicles, U.S. union aims to save jobs

Ford’s presentation to investors this week under new chief executive Jim Hackett, included a slide touting a 30 percent reduction in “hours per unit” to build electric vehicles.

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