ESG may sound like a PR spin, but you can’t dismiss it | Moral Money

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Companies today must care about shareholders, but their behavior methods and culture matter too. Employees, customers, investors and the wider public are watching companies to see how they are cultivating for long-term gain. ‘ESG’ concerns have exploded over the course of the pandemic as shareholders look to more than just the balance sheet.

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