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BP – The Cost of Ignoring Corporate Social Responsibility

  BP is an international oil company. By the end of 2007, BP had been divested by Socially Responsible Investors. Why is this important? So many people think that Social Responsible Investment is about doing good. The reality is that … Continue reading

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BP – the cost of ignoring Corporate Social Responsibility

BP is an international oil company. By the end of 2007, BP had been divested by Socially Responsible Investors. Why is this important? So many people think that Social Responsible Investment is about doing good. The reality is that Social … Continue reading

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Financial Risk

  So BP decided to focus on cost management. It was a decision that was aligned with the Board, the investors, the portfolio managers and the Banks. If we focus on costs, we can become profitable again. Now the one … Continue reading

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Measure it

For firms who require a turnaround, Boards need to realize that when they bring in a new CEO or executive team, the measurements need to reflect industry strategy. For example, when the board at BP brought in Tony Hayward to … Continue reading

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