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  • Corporation 20/20 - Designing for Social Purpose
    to play this video Key RESOURCES Corporations in a Great Transition SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS October 31 November 1 2013 Roundtable event Summary of Proceedings PREPARATORY PAPERS Video Interview with Allen White at Yale Univ THE FUTURE CORPORATION Corporation 20 20 director Allen White interviewed by Pavan Sukhdev regarding the Future Corporation Redesigning Finance Pathway To A Resilient Future Redesigning Finance August 9 2012 San Francisco workshop reading materials 2nd Summit

    Original URL path: http://www.corporate2020.org/future_corporation_1hour.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • Corporation 20/20 - Designing for Social Purpose
    Company Anonymous Key RESOURCES Corporations in a Great Transition SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS October 31 November 1 2013 Roundtable event Summary of Proceedings PREPARATORY PAPERS Video Interview with Allen White at Yale Univ THE FUTURE CORPORATION Corporation 20 20 director Allen White interviewed by Pavan Sukhdev regarding the Future Corporation Redesigning Finance Pathway To A Resilient Future Redesigning Finance August 9 2012 San Francisco workshop reading materials 2nd Summit Resources SECOND

    Original URL path: http://www.corporate2020.org/sponsorships_funding.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • Corporation 20/20 - Designing for Social Purpose
    RESOURCES Corporations in a Great Transition SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS October 31 November 1 2013 Roundtable event Summary of Proceedings PREPARATORY PAPERS Video Interview with Allen White at Yale Univ THE FUTURE CORPORATION Corporation 20 20 director Allen White interviewed by Pavan Sukhdev regarding the Future Corporation Redesigning Finance Pathway To A Resilient Future Redesigning Finance August 9 2012 San Francisco workshop reading materials 2nd Summit Resources SECOND SUMMIT PAPER SERIES

    Original URL path: http://www.corporate2020.org/privacy.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • Corporation 20/20 - Designing for Social Purpose
    matters and accordingly assume no liability whatsoever in connection with its use Consult your own legal advisor with respect to your personal situation In no event shall Tellus Institute be liable for any direct indirect special incidental or consequential damages arising out of the use of the information herein Unless otherwise noted text images and layout contained in this website are the exclusive property of Tellus Institute and may not be copied or distributed in whole or in part without the express written consent of Tellus Institute Permission is granted to print copies of this document and to display and use this document with a computer solely for personal use Tellus Institute is not responsible for the content of any external websites which may be linked to from this site A link on this website does not imply any kind of endorsement or recommendation Key RESOURCES Corporations in a Great Transition SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS October 31 November 1 2013 Roundtable event Summary of Proceedings PREPARATORY PAPERS Video Interview with Allen White at Yale Univ THE FUTURE CORPORATION Corporation 20 20 director Allen White interviewed by Pavan Sukhdev regarding the Future Corporation Redesigning Finance Pathway To A Resilient Future Redesigning Finance

    Original URL path: http://www.corporate2020.org/terms.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • TOMPAINE.com - It’s Time To Federalize Corporate Charters
    a charter issued by a state that has little or no interest in the company Their employees and creditors not to mention the communities where they do business have little to say about it States compete to issue these corporate charters because incorporation fees can fatten what would otherwise be lean state budgets It is no coincidence that the state that has won this competition Delaware has taken a largely laissez faire attitude to directorial oversight of everything from outlandish managerial compensation to companies compliance with laws Indeed Delaware allows companies to include provisions in their charters that limit directors potential liability if they fail to take their responsibilities seriously Delaware has also refused to pass a stakeholder statute which would allow directors to consider the interests of employees and other stakeholders when important decisions are made Delaware courts have long been reluctant to disturb the decisions of corporate boards It should be no surprise then when directors grow complacent and inattentive Only when such docility costs shareholders billions do they notice that they have little recourse Many corporate law scholars applaud Delaware saying that competition among states makes for more efficient laws But that depends on what efficiency means If another state wants to be more aggressive in fighting corporate crime or protecting shareholders employees or communities it runs the risks that its companies will simply re incorporate in Delaware So most states end up mimicking Delaware law There has been a lot of talk from the Bush administration and Congress about what to do about the gladiatorial culture among the nation s business elite Most of the proposed reforms focus on ensuring the truthfulness of companies books which is rightly seen as essential for a trustworthy securities market But focusing on the securities market is like trying to

    Original URL path: http://www.corporate2020.org/corporation2020/documents/Resources/Greenfield_Charters.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • Norms on the Responsibilities of Transnational Corporations and Other Business Enterprises with Regard to Human Rights
    law including ensuring that transnational corporations and other business enterprises respect human rights Within their respective spheres of activity and influence transnational corporations and other business enterprises have the obligation to promote secure the fulfilment of respect ensure respect of and protect human rights recognized in international as well as national law including the rights and interests of indigenous peoples and other vulnerable groups B Right to equal opportunity and non discriminatory treatment 2 Transnational corporations and other business enterprises shall ensure equality of opportunity and treatment as provided in the relevant international instruments and national legislation as well as international human rights law for the purpose of eliminating discrimination based on race colour sex language religion political opinion national or social origin social status indigenous status disability age except for children who may be given greater protection or other status of the individual unrelated to the inherent requirements to perform the job or of complying with special measures designed to overcome past discrimination against certain groups C Right to security of persons 3 Transnational corporations and other business enterprises shall not engage in nor benefit from war crimes crimes against humanity genocide torture forced disappearance forced or compulsory labour hostage taking extrajudicial summary or arbitrary executions other violations of humanitarian law and other international crimes against the human person as defined by international law in particular human rights and humanitarian law 4 Security arrangements for transnational corporations and other business enterprises shall observe international human rights norms as well as the laws and professional standards of the country or countries in which they operate D Rights of workers 5 Transnational corporations and other business enterprises shall not use forced or compulsory labour as forbidden by the relevant international instruments and national legislation as well as international human rights and humanitarian law 6 Transnational corporations and other business enterprises shall respect the rights of children to be protected from economic exploitation as forbidden by the relevant international instruments and national legislation as well as international human rights and humanitarian law 7 Transnational corporations and other business enterprises shall provide a safe and healthy working environment as set forth in relevant international instruments and national legislation as well as international human rights and humanitarian law 8 Transnational corporations and other business enterprises shall provide workers with remuneration that ensures an adequate standard of living for them and their families Such remuneration shall take due account of their needs for adequate living conditions with a view towards progressive improvement 9 Transnational corporations and other business enterprises shall ensure freedom of association and effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining by protecting the right to establish and subject only to the rules of the organization concerned to join organizations of their own choosing without distinction previous authorization or interference for the protection of their employment interests and for other collective bargaining purposes as provided in national legislation and the relevant conventions of the International Labour Organization E Respect for national sovereignty and

    Original URL path: http://www.corporate2020.org/documents/Resources/UN_Norms.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • Corporation 2020
    Participants Space Email Password Forgot Your Password User Name Enter your user name An email message will be sent to the address specified in your user profile

    Original URL path: http://www.corporate2020.org/default.asp?action=24&ForgotPwd=yes (2016-04-30)
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  • Corporation 2020
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