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Stakeholders stake new claims on corporate cash to finance an inclusive recovery

U.S. non-financial corporations still are sitting on over $4 trillion in cash. How they  deploy it before, during and after the pandemic is becoming both a political and management issue that could shape the economy for decades.

‘ESG investing’ crosses the chasm from early adopter to early majority. So what? (podcast)

In the now-classic model of technology adoption, the most difficult step is expanding from aspirational visionaries to hard nosed pragmatists. Innovations that “cross the chasm” create a bandwagon effect and stand to become the new industry standard. Financial institutions certainly seem to be jumping on the bandwagon of environmental, social and governance, or ESG investing.