A Brooklyn-based group is arguing that the displacement of longtime residents meets a definition conceived by the United Nations in the aftermath of World War II.
Eric Garner helped shape a local celebration of life, which has grown into a broader symbol of the effort against senseless, violent killing.
The pressure on cops to consistently deliver arrests and traffic stops is immense, and can discourage them from taking more effective approaches that aren't as quantifiable.
Employees need more respect and responsibilities.
A showy, aggressive Greenpeace campaign forced the Indonesian pulp industry to incorporate environmental conservation into its bottom-line calculations.
More than 1,200 businesses have registered for "B Corp" certification, which obligates them to stringent labor and environmental standards. Would widespread adoption transform capitalism?
A fledgling company asks: Is activism compatible with profitable investments?
As part of its business strategy, Patagonia has for years been imploring potential customers to purchase fewer things.
The Israeli company Netafim has developed an irrigation system that can grow plants with much less water, which has proven to be a good line of business amid increasing drought.
One company's quest to blend rejection and kindness