CalSTRS CIO: I Don’t Want Exxon to Become the Next Kodak

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Jun.25 — CalSTRS CIO Chris Ailman describes taking on oil giant Exxon Mobil over climate change. He also talks about his ESG strategy. Meanwhile, Barbara Ann Bernard of Wincrest Capital says ESG investing has gone from passive to passive-aggressive. They join David Westin on Wall Street Week.

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