- Sure, automation and the gig economy can undermine quality jobs with good wages, reliable benefits, advance opportunities and paths to ownership. Likely more culpable: Short-term investment strategies that pressure companies into squeezing workers and disgorging cash.
There is growing interest in better connecting donor-advised funds (DAFs) with deep, impact investing opportunities. While we have some promising examples, few are talking about the changes that could really build this market. More shared data, more donor awareness, and practical tweaks to way DAFs engage with their donors could all boost the flow of
- Impact Capital Forum and law-firm Orrick gathered New York real estate investors, fund managers, impact investors, attorneys and consultants to take stock of the opportunity zone opportunity.
- If Capitalism 2.0 is to be more humane, conscientious and inclusive than its previous iteration, social impact must shift from a fringe consideration to the center of business, government and investment decisions.
Thriving communities in the U.S. depend on investments in housing, healthcare, education, small business, and other basic services – and that people and places now being left out share in such newly created value. Next Street is proud to present Next Up: CDFI Leaders Thinking Ahead and Acting Now, an interview series where we talk
- Board directors and senior leaders at organizations are finally waking up to the fact that they need a clear strategy for aligning purpose and profit.
- When it comes to putting impact deals together, intermediaries deserve as much credit, recognition, and praise as name-brand funders and investors.