New research offers insights into how social enterprise legal forms are emerging in the United States.
New legal structure that enables businesses to place social mission ahead of profits
Benefit corporations should share their performance against social impact goals, but few are doing so.
A look at how Hobby Lobby affects emerging corporate forms.
We need to change the structure through which we make impact investments for inclusive, fully realized value.
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Two areas where business can begin to learn from nonprofits.
Most social problems now addressed by charities cannot be appropriately addressed by for-profit entities, whether or not those entities pledge to restrict or recycle their profits.
Although new corporate forms like B Corps make it easier to pursue a social mission, it turns out that you don't need one to do so.
Ten predictions for the social sector and beyond in 2012.