10 startups busy saving the planet while you can’t even separate your waste
Is your business simply chasing a profit, or are you trying to accomplish something good in the world? It’s an important thing to consider, especially in light of the recent letter by BlackRock CEO Larry Fink in which he urged CEOs to align their business goals with doing good, as “society is demanding that companies, both public and private, serve a social purpose.” It’s clear that today’s consumers and investors are increasingly concerned over whether the businesses they spend money on are helping to serve the greater good. This is further illustrated by programmes such as the Chivas Venture, a yearly global competition specifically designed to… This story continues at The Next Web
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 20): Foreign funds' net sale of Malaysian shares amounted to RM631.4 million last week after they bought and sold RM2.28 billion and RM2.91 billion worth of equities respectively, according to MIDF Amanah Investment Bank Bhd.
MIDF said today in its fund flow report that global portfolio money left Bursa Malaysia last week after two weeks of net foreign buying.