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Sustainability reporting catches on

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More and more large public U.S. companies are reporting on their sustainability efforts. According to a recent report from the Sustainable Investment Research Analyst Network (SIRAN), 86% of the Standard & Poor's 100 companies had sustainability information on their websites by the end of 2007,  up from 58%  in the middle of 2005.

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Are U.S. Managers Superstitious about Market Share?

Superstition has always had a big impact on human behavior, sometimes yielding macroeconomic effects for even the most industrialized societies. An example of the effects of superstition is the rate of Japanese births from 1960 to 1990 (see Figure 1). A general, steady decline is evident in recent decades.

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A CEO Survey of U.S. Companies’ Time Horizons and Hurdle Rates

The competitiveness of U.S. corporations, particularly manufacturing firms, declined during the 1980s. The decade witnessed serious inroads by foreign firms into traditional domestic markets. In capital goods, for example, the import penetration ratio rose from less than 15 percent to nearly 40 percent. Some indicators of U.S.

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