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July 14th, 2009
Episode 367 of 1666 episodes
Sarah Greenberg of RiskMetrics discusses the social and environmental risks that companies sometimes take and how these can affect the bottom line. Tobacco is a prime example. In the long run, a product that kills its consumers is not as viable as one that is sustainable.